Apartment Complex Uninhabitable After Fire, 8 Displaced

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Apartment Complex Uninhabitable Following Fire | F.E. Moran Fire Protection

Beaverton, OR -- A six unit apartment complex was destroyed in a fire yesterday afternoon, displacing six adults and two children.

When fire crews arrived, they found heavy smoke and the middle unit heavily engulfed in flames.  One person was inside the unit, but they were able to escape unharmed.  One dog was trapped inside the unit, but was rescued unharmed by firefighters.

All six units were uninhabitable from fire and smoke damage.  The red cross is assisting the displaced residents.  Read the complete story here. 


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