ORLANDO, Florida. – Orange County Fire Rescue responded Saturday morning to a fire at an apartment complex in Orlando that crews say caused extensive damage to at least a dozen units and resulted in the hospitalization of two people.
Photos from the scene show the charred balconies of several units of the Isles at East Millenia apartments on Lake Fountain Drive, where the American Red Cross said around 6 to 12 people had been displaced and needed their help.
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An initial call was made for the fire at 4:11 a.m., records show.
Orange County officials said three people were injured in the fire and the Red Cross said a child was among those injured. Two were hospitalized while one was refused transport, firefighters said.
The state fire marshal will investigate the fire and determine the cause, firefighters said.
No other details were disclosed.
The state fire marshal will investigate the fire to determine the cause. 3 patients in total. 1 refusal, 1 at the OHDP, 1 at the ORMC. https://t.co/8SL93tNKFS
—OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) April 23, 2022
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