Firefighters battled an apartment fire in the Penrose neighborhood Thursday morning.
The fire in a second floor unit of a three-story, garden-style apartment building on the 2000 block of 4th Street S. was first reported around 9:45 a.m. Firefighters from nearby Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall encountered heavy smoke upon arriving on scene, but were able to quickly extinguish the flames.
Residents in the apartment were able to get out as the fire spread and there were no injuries to the occupants or firefighters, we’re told.
A dog that was inside the apartment, however, was not able to get out. Firefighters attempted CPR after removing the dog from the apartment, but it succumbed to its injuries, according to Arlington County Fire Department spokesman Capt. Justin Tirelli. The dog’s body was wrapped in a blanket by rescue personnel.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
Correction on address 2000 blk of 4th st S
— Arlington Fire (@ArlingtonVaFD) April 2, 2020
Map via Google Maps. Staff photographer Jay Westcott contributed to this report.
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