Atlanta firefighters battled a major fire for the third morning in a row Wednesday morning.
The latest 2-alarm fire broke out at a home in the 200 block of Glenwood Avenue in southeast Atlanta just after midnight.
The home was a complete loss and the house next door sustained heavy damage when heat from the fire caused its siding to melt.
That house fire came just hours after a body was discovered in the rubble of a warehouse fire that started Tuesday morning.
Crews found the victim after a cadaver dog searching the rubble indicated the presence of a body. The victim remains unidentified and officials were unable to tell if the body is male or female.
Cadaver dogs will be back at the warehouse Wednesday morning to search for more possible victims.
Firefighters also battled a third two-alarm fire at a northwest Atlanta apartment complex on Monday.
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