Fire breaks out at apartment building


A Wednesday fire at a four-unit apartment building on Rombach Avenue in Wilmington left one person injured and a part of the structure uninhabitable. The injured occupant was transported to the hospital by private vehicle, with injuries that are reported to not be life threatening. When the Wilmington Fire Department arrived, there was a moderate amount of fire and smoke coming from the front of the building, said WFD Lieutenant Ed Myers. The cause of the blaze was not immediately determined. Damage is described as moderate. The American Red Cross was contacted to assist displaced residents, Myers reported.


A Wednesday fire at a four-unit apartment building on Rombach Avenue in Wilmington left one person injured and a part of the structure uninhabitable. The injured occupant was transported to the hospital by private vehicle, with injuries that are reported to not be life threatening. When the Wilmington Fire Department arrived, there was a moderate amount of fire and smoke coming from the front of the building, said WFD Lieutenant Ed Myers. The cause of the blaze was not immediately determined. Damage is described as moderate. The American Red Cross was contacted to assist displaced residents, Myers reported.

A Wednesday fire at a four-unit apartment building on Rombach Avenue in Wilmington left one person injured and a part of the structure uninhabitable. The injured occupant was transported to the hospital by private vehicle, with injuries that are reported to not be life threatening. When the Wilmington Fire Department arrived, there was a moderate amount of fire and smoke coming from the front of the building, said WFD Lieutenant Ed Myers. The cause of the blaze was not immediately determined. Damage is described as moderate. The American Red Cross was contacted to assist displaced residents, Myers reported.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_this_one_p_f.jpgA Wednesday fire at a four-unit apartment building on Rombach Avenue in Wilmington left one person injured and a part of the structure uninhabitable. The injured occupant was transported to the hospital by private vehicle, with injuries that are reported to not be life threatening. When the Wilmington Fire Department arrived, there was a moderate amount of fire and smoke coming from the front of the building, said WFD Lieutenant Ed Myers. The cause of the blaze was not immediately determined. Damage is described as moderate. The American Red Cross was contacted to assist displaced residents, Myers reported.