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BREAKING NEWS

Five Hospitalized After Xmas Day Fire In Bellevue
December 27, 2017




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(BELLEVUE, WA.) -- Bellevue Fire officials say five people had to be hospitalized after a fire of "undetermined" origin swept through a Factoria apartment building early Christmas morning.

At 4:27 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 25, Bellevue firefighters were dispatched to reports of a blaze at a Factoria apartment building located in the 12800 block of SE 40th Court.

Engine Company 4 was first to arrive to find the front stairwell of the apartment building engulfed in flames with "all occupant's egress blocked by the flames."

Residents from six units in the fire building required assistance from firefighters in order to exit the building.

"Many were rescued with ground ladders, but one resident was injured as a result of jumping from a third story balcony prior to fire department arrival," said a fire depatment statement. "Five adults were treated at the scene and transported to a local hospital. The Red Cross was able provide resources and housing to those displaced by the early morning fire."

In all, 49 firefighters responded to the fire with two mutual aid units from Mercer Island. Tri-Med ambulance service provided two ambulances to assist with transporting patients to the hospital.

About 4 pm that day Bellevue Fire investigators wrapped up a nearly eight-hour investigation into the fire’s cause and origin.

"While the area the fire started in was identified, a cause could not be determined," said th Bellevue FD statement. "The fire started on the exterior of the building and burned its way to the inside of the structure. The Bellevue Fire Department investigation is being closed and the fire cause has been classified as 'undetermined'."





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