Wyoming Fire Displaces Six

Mills, Wyo., police say a fire displaced six residents from a fourplex town house.

Authorities say the May 5 fire may have been caused by discarded smoking materials left on a balcony. No one was injured but the six residents were told to leave their houses for the night as a precaution.

Natrona County Fire District spokesman Mike Lindahl says the blaze was reported at about 7 p.m. and arriving crews saw smoke and flames coming from a second-story balcony. Lindahl just most of the damage occurred in two units, an attic and exterior balconies.