6-alarm fire wreaking havoc 2 weeks later

THE BRONX - A six-alarm fire that tore through a Concourse apartment building two weeks ago is still wreaking havoc.

The Walton Avenue tenants complain they've received little to no help trying to piece their lives back together. Many are still displaced and are being given a limited amount of time to remove whatever they can carry from their homes.

Other residents say their problems stem from the thousands of gallons of water that were used to put out the flames, leaving their homes with severe water damage.

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