One occupant was treated by AMR on scene and released
An occupant of a Vancouver home was treated and released Wednesday morning after crews responded to a house fire.
At about 2:15 a.m. Wednesday (April 5), Vancouver Fire Department units responded to a structure fire at 3709 NE Springwood Court. Four engines, one ladder truck and two battalion chiefs were dispatched.
First-arriving crews arrived within 6 minutes of dispatch and found a large amount of fire coming from an attached garage. Eighteen fire personnel were on scene and had the fire under control within 40 minutes after arrival.
One occupant was treated by AMR on scene and released. The American Red Cross was responding to assist the one displaced occupant.
The Vancouver Fire Marshal’s office is investigating the cause of the fire.
Information provided by Vancouver Fire Department.
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