Anna Baker, left, with McKamey Animal Care and Adoption Center, gets information from Jaycee Towers resident Marcia Perry before taking Perry's dogs, Ben and Ghetto Girl, to the center for safe keeping. Jaycee Towers residents were displaced Monday by an electrical fire.
Anna Baker, left, with McKamey Animal Care and Adoption Center, gets information from Jaycee Towers resident Marcia Perry before taking Perry's dogs, Ben and Ghetto Girl, to the center for safe keeping. Jaycee Towers residents were displaced Monday by an electrical fire.
Photo by Angela Lewis .
published Monday, March 17th, 2014
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For the second time in less than a year, an electrical fire has forced the evacuation of scores of residents — primarily the elderly and disabled — from a downtown high-rise and sent them to emergency shelters.

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