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Good Morning: Crews putting out hot spots after massive apartment fire on Sparkman Drive. The body of former White House chef found.

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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -
Here are some things you may have missed overnight:
Crews putting out hot spots at Summer Tree Apartments on Sparkman Drive.

Crews are on the scene of an early morning apartment fire at the Summer Tree Apartments on Sparkman Drive. Authorities say that there were no injuries reported at this time.

The fire was contained to one building with eight units, however, two of the eight units burned. A total of 13 people are now displaced.

WAFF's Muriel Bailey is on the scene at this time gathering more information. 

Tune in to WAFF News Today as Muriel brings us more details.

Taliban suicide bomber, gunmen attack Afghan parliament.

Seven gunman are now dead after the Taliban launched a complex attack on the Afghan parliament Monday, with a suicide car bomber striking at the entrance and gunmen battling police as lawmakers were meeting inside to try to confirm the appointment of a defense minister, police and witnesses said.

No members of parliament were harmed.

Body of former White House chef found in mountains of New Mexico.

The body of 61-year-old Walter Scheib was found Sunday night near a hiking trail in mountains in the Taos area, the New Mexico State Police said.

Authorities did not provide a cause of death or any other details about the discovery, saying rescuers were still gathering information and more details would be released later.

Scheib was White House chef for 11 years under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and recently moved from Florida to Taos.

He reportedly went for a hike June 13 in the mountains near the Taos Ski Valley. His girlfriend reported him missing the next day.

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