Firefighters quickly extinguished an apartment fire in the Waverly Hills neighborhood around lunchtime Saturday.
The fire was reported at a garden apartment building on the 2000 block of N. Vermont Street, about a block away from the Lee Heights shopping center. Arriving fire crews saw smoke coming from the rear of the building and found a small fire in a first floor apartment.
The bulk of the fire is out but firefighters are still looking for hot spots and working to clear smoke from the building. No injuries have been reported.
#Update: crews found a small fire in a 1st floor apartment. Fire was quickly extinguished. Building occupants advised to follow directions of fire crews on scene. No injuries reported at this time. https://t.co/rgAWXyj26J pic.twitter.com/cUHr0LOrYm
— Arlington Fire (@ArlingtonVaFD) December 21, 2019
Photo courtesy ACFD
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