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4 hospitalized after early morning apartment fire north of Sacramento

4 hospitalized after early morning apartment fire north of Sacramento

Two children were among those taken to the hospital.



Several people were injured this morning after an apartment fire in the case of a three people. Half Aaron join us live now from Sacramento right now with the latest and Aaron you can tell us what about the victims and the scene as we know it right now Leticia does field is not terminated. It is still blocking the entire block of Rio linda and four people have been taken to the hospital. This is what it looks like right now. It’s an apartment fire, technically it’s a commercial fire. Two apartments caught fire and there was smoke damage upstairs. I wanted to show you a video of what it looked like when we got to the scene about an hour and a half ago, the Sacramento Fire Department also had a Sac Metro on the scene. Great feedback, still huge. It is still blocking the whole block. As I said there are two apartments on fire, the building is still evacuating, four people have been taken to the hospital. Two of our four kids we actually say one family was affected in their apartment on fire. Here’s what they had to say. The grandson was called to say this apartment was up because they were driven to UC Davis to smoke first to check him for smoke, breathing in smoke. The Mhm officials here did not say that when the call came in, they were concerned that there was a fatality here where the dead person ended up being a dog. If you are going in this direction you need to be aware that between Eleanor and edgewood Rio linda is closed. Feedback is still huge here. Both Sac subway and Fire Department. Please keep that in mind this morning. Right now, four children have been sent to the hospital, two of them returned to you, Leticia. LETICIA: WE DEFINITELY NEED RAIN. THANK YOU SO MUCH, EILEEN. EVERYONE IS BEING NOW AFTER THE ADAN KCRA 3’S FIRE FIRE FIRE IN ANPA ARIN HEFT JOINING WHAT CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT VICTIM AND THE SCENE. REPORTER: THE SCRIPT IS NOT WRITING URIP IS GHT NOW, IT STILL CHOOSE A ENTIRE BULL OF REAL LINDA AND FOUREO PPLE WAS SENDED TO THE HOSPITAL. THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE RIGHT NOW. IT IS A FIRE APARTMENT, TECHNICALLY IT IS A COMMERCIAL. F TWO APARTMENTS FIRE AND SMOKE UPDATED. I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW HOW THE VIDEO SAYS WHEN WE SHOCKED ABOUT ONE HOUR, HOUR, AND BETTER. HAS SACRAMENTO REFI PARTS, ALSO SAC METRO ON SCREEN. MASSI.VE RESPONSE IS STILL PASSIVE. IT STILL CHOOSE Ethnicities Open Block Tires Like I SD.AI HAS TWO FIRE APARTMENTS. BUILDING STILL WORKING. FOUR PLACES CALLED TO HPIOSTAL. TWO OF FOUR ARE KIDS. WE ACTUAYLL TELL THE FAMILY THAT THE FAMILY IS AFFECTED AND THEIR APARTMENT IS FIRE. THIS IS WHAT THEY HAVE SELLED – ARRIVAL >> GRANDSON HOUSE IS SENDED, SAYING THE APARTMENT IS FIRE. THEY WERERA TNSPOEDRT COME TO UC-DAVIS FOR SMOKE, TEST THEM OUT OF SMOKE, KE BREATHING ETH SMOKE. >> Representative Or: THE PICTURES HERE ON SCENEID D SAY WHEN A CALL INTO, THEY ARE RELATED, IT IS ANY PERSON AND THAT REALLY ENDS ON THE DOG. IF YOU AGREE IN THIS INSTRUCTIONS, YOU NEED TO BE AWARE THAT BETWEEN DIFFERENT AND COMPETITION – ELEMENTARY AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, LINDA IS REALLY CLOSED. THE TRADITIONS SO HUME SAC METRO AND FIRE SAC, KEEP THAT IN THIS MIND, THIS MORNING. RI

4 hospitalized after early morning apartment fire north of Sacramento

Two children were among those taken to the hospital.

Four people were hospitalized with burns and smoke inhalation after an apartment building caught fire early Saturday morning in North Sacramento, according to the Sacramento Fire Department. An upstairs apartment in a building on Rio Linda Avenue caught fire, causing damage to several other apartments. KCRA 3 spoke to a family member of those living in one of the upstairs apartments that caught fire. Marvin Gin said his two grandchildren were two of four taken to the hospital, a family dog ​​who died in the fire. respond to the fire.

Four people were hospitalized with burns and smoke inhalation after an apartment building caught fire early Saturday morning in North Sacramento, according to the Sacramento Fire Department.

An upstairs apartment in a building on Rio Linda Avenue caught fire, causing damage to several other apartments.

KCRA 3 spoke to a family member of those living in one of the upstairs apartments that caught fire. Marvin Gin said his two grandchildren were two of four taken to the hospital, they said.

A family dog ​​died in the fire.

Massive response closed the block between Eleanor Avenue and Edgewood Avenue, as the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department and Sacramento Fire Department responded to the blaze.

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