Three adults were displaced from their apartment building following a Thursday morning fire. The fire began in the early morning hours at a complex on the 5200 block of West 98th Street in Bloomington.
Authorities said four people were hospitalized after fire broke out early Tuesday morning at an apartment complex in Brooklyn Park. Crews were called to the Huntington Place Apartments on the 5800 block of 73rd Avenue just after 1 a.m.
Firefighters from as many as 10 departments are battling a large fire Friday morning at a small apartment complex in Mahnomen County, authorities said. Crews responded to the fire on Main Street in Mahnomen at about 2:30 a .m.
A nine-year-old girl is in good condition at Regions Hospital after being rescued from an apartment fire in St. Paul on Monday morning. The fire began around 10:45 a.m. in an illegal basement bedroom at 343 Maple Street, where there were no escape windows or smoke alarms, according to the St. Paul Fire Department. Firefighters found Nevaeh Sellers in the basement near a burning mattress. She was breathing when she was brought out of the building.
The community came together Friday night to help piece together the lives torn apart by a devastating apartment fire.
The Cedar Cultural Center is holding a benefit concert for victims of an apartment fire and explosion that killed three people near downtown Minneapolis. The goal of Friday night’s concert is to raise money for victims and their family members. Organizers say it’s also a chance to bring the community together.
The Cedar Cultural Center will hold a benefit concert to raise money for victims of a fatal apartment building fire near downtown Minneapolis. The concert takes place Jan. 24 at The Cedar, located on the Minneapolis West Bank. The Cedar is just down the street from where the New Year’s Day fire and explosion killed three people. The fire also destroyed a grocery store on the ground level and displaced tenants in 10 apartments.
Firefighters quickly snuffed out an apartment fire Thursday evening on the city’s south side, the Minneapolis Fire Department says.
Authorities have released the name of the second man whose body was recovered from the rubble of a Minneapolis apartment building explosion.
A third person has died after an explosion in a Minneapolis apartment building. Fire officials said Friday they believe they have accounted for all victims of Wednesday’s explosion and fire, after recovering the bodies of two people from the building’s charred ruins.
It’s likely to be a long road ahead for the victims of that deadly fire on Cedar Avenue New Year’s Day. Dr. Ryan Fey at Hennepin County Medical Center says they have three patients still in critical condition.
Crews have finished searching the charred ruins of an apartment building on Cedar Avenue near downtown Minneapolis hours after pulling a second body from the structure. Crews began tearing apart the building at 514 Cedar Avenue South on Thursday and discovered the body of one person who didn’t make it out.
Fire department officials say that a body has been pulled from the Minneapolis apartment building that went up in flames on New Year’s Day after an explosion.
A billowing fire engulfed a three-story building with several apartments in Minneapolis early New Year’s Day, sending 13 people to hospitals — including six who were critically hurt — with injuries ranging from burns to trauma associated with falls. Families on the scene said at least three people were still unaccounted for.
Authorities say more than a dozen people were taken to hospitals after a fire engulfed several apartments near downtown Minneapolis. WCCO talked with a family member of one of the victims being treated at HCMC who also lived in the building. He said he has nothing left but the jacket he was wearing on his back.