Firefighters rescue woman from burning SeaTac apartment

  • Source: KOMO-TV ABC 4
  • Published: 12/13/2018 02:45 PM

Firefighters rescued a woman her burning apartment Thursday morning in SeaTac, emergency officials said. Crews responded to the scene, an apartment complex in the 16700 block of 31st Avenue South, at about 7:20 a.m. after another resident there called to report a possible fire, said Kyle Ohashi of the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority. When firefighters arrived, they found a ground floor apartment with smoke coming from the front door. A search of the unit found the woman, who was brought out and treated by paramedics. She was taken to a local hospital by King County Medic One. Her injuries were not considered life-threatening. The fire was extinguished quickly and did not spread beyond the one apartment, Ohashi said.


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