Kirkwood apartment fire injures two, displaces residents of four units
Posted on Sunday, May 17th, 2020
KIRKWOOD, MO – An apartment fire on Wooddell Court Sunday night led to the injuries of two people and displaced the residents of four apartment units, according to a press release by the Webster-Kirkwood Times.
The blaze was reported at the Wooddell Court Apartments to fire officials around 11:30 p.m. between Geyer Road and Andrews Avenue.
Whenever officials arrived at the scene of the fire, it was most heavily located in one corner of the four-unit complex. Firefighters searched for residents in that unit along with residents in the three neighboring units.
The fire was ultimately contained to a communal attic space and to the unit where it began.
An apartment resident and a Kirkwood officer suffered minor smoke inhalation injuries.
All four apartment units received smoke and water damage, and all residents have been displaced by the fire.
Authorities continue to investigate the cause of the blaze.
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