At least two residents of a 32-unit Spokane apartment complex were displaced Sunday by a fire caused by a candle placed “too close to combustibles,” according to the Spokane Fire Department.
The fire was reported at around 6:15 p.m. at the West 315 Apartments on Mission Avenue and Washington Street.
The caller reported smoke from a second-floor apartment window and a fire alarm going off, according to the fire department.
Firefighters arrived within five minutes to a blaze on the second floor of the three-story apartment building.
The building, according to the fire department, is equipped with a fire and life safety system that includes a commercial fire sprinkler
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