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Teams of investigators search the rubble of the Iconic Village and Vintage Pad apartment complexes Sunday. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

‘We don’t know how many’

Search and recovery operations at the apartment buildings affected by Friday’s inferno will continue until officials are certain that every resident and potential victim is accounted for, investiga

Firefighters from the San Marcos Fire Department spray water from the department’s bucket truck onto the roof of Building 500 at Iconic Village Apartments Friday morning after a fire broke out there in the pre-dawn hours. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

At least 3 deceased, 6 hurt, 200 displaced, 1 missing

Emergency personnel are beginning search and recovery efforts today as five people remain unaccounted for after a Friday fire at the Iconic Village and Vintage Pads apartment complexes.

With their platform lowered to ground level, firefighters wait to continue spraying down the building until another firefighter can break open the windows in the apartments facing the parking lot. Daylight streams from a breech in the roof of the buiding, which was one of several that burned. Daily Record Photo by Denise Cathey

Six injured, five remain unaccounted for after fire

Friday afternoon, the smell of smoke lingered in the air near the apartment complexes on North LBJ Drive that were affected by a large fire early that morning.

As cars drive past, Janice Daneman breaks off from the group marching around Courthouse Square to hold up her sign of protest as part of the Confront Corruption: Demand Democracy vigil. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Locals mirror protests nationwide

A small gathering that was part of something bigger occurred in front of the historic Hays County Courthouse on Wednesday at dusk.

Renae Bonin waits for a bus to arrive outside the little HEB. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Getting around getting easier

San Marcos’ public transit system is growing along with the city’s population, and a partnership with Texas State could help meet the ridership’s needs more efficiently. 

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