DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. -- 11Alive has learned more about the Ashford-Druid Hills apartment fire that destroyed an entire building.
The Dekalb County investigation into what caused the fire is going to take at least another week because so many agencies are involved.
But on Wednesday, residents were allowed in to recover what they could from their charred homes.
They've felt very frustrated by the slow moving flow of information from apartment management.
"Not knowing and also we were not told when we would be allowed back into the apartments to salvage things," one resident said.