Newss: Tucson apartment fire seriously injures 3
TUCSON, AZ – Three people were rushed to the hospital, one critical, following a major apartment fire in Tucson on Wednesday.
According to a report by the Tucson Fire Department, the fire broke out sometime before 5 a.m. at an apartment within the 300 block of West Valencia Road.
APARTMENT FIRE 🔥 #TucsonFire was dispatched to the 300 block of W. Valencia at 4:48 Wednesday morning for reports of an exterior fire that was quickly spreading to adjacent apartments and attic spaces. Engine 14 was first on scene at 4:52 where they observed smoke and flames.. pic.twitter.com/IF2vAlERG4
— Tucson Fire Department (@TucsonFireDept) May 26, 2021
Upon arrival, firefighters noticed smoke and flames coming from the first and second floors of the apartment building.
Firefighters were able to gain entry to the building and pull all those trapped inside to safety. Three people were rushed to the hospital for treatment, one of them in critical condition.
The cause of the fire is unclear at this time.
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