SEAL COASTLINE — — Firemens tore down a blaze inside an apartment building in Seal Coastline on Sunday, May 26.
The two-alarm fire at a four-story home structure in the 12400 block of Montecito Roadway was reported at 1:54 p.m., stated Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Cameron Rossman.
The OCFA as well as the Huntington Coastline Fire Department sent off a total amount of 44 firemens to the scene, Rossman said.
The fire damaged out in an unit on the fourth flooring, Rossman proceeded. The bottom flooring is a vehicle parking garage as well as locals reside in devices on the leading 3 floors. The fire was had to one unit. It was snuffed out at regarding 2:20 p.m.
The Red Cross was contacted us to the scene to prepare temporary housing for 9 adults and 2 kids, Rossman said,
The reason for the blaze remained under examination.
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