DFD 2nd Alarm, as paged

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DENVER -- A unit inside a southeast Denver apartment complex caught fire Wednesday afternoon, causing extensive damage and several injuries.
Three people were injured and two were transported to local hospitals, said Denver Fire spokesman Phil Champagne.
The fire started on the second floor, on the southwest side of the building, he said. He believes that the fire started with an explosion, perhaps from an oxygen tank. Neighbors said they heard two loud bangs.

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/17247922/detail.html

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DENVER -- A unit inside a southeast Denver apartment complex caught fire Wednesday afternoon, causing extensive damage and several injuries.
Three people were injured and two were transported to local hospitals, said Denver Fire spokesman Phil Champagne.
The fire started on the second floor, on the southwest side of the building, he said. He believes that the fire started with an explosion, perhaps from an oxygen tank. Neighbors said they heard two loud bangs.

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/17247922/detail.html

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Yep, It stinks when you are on home oxygen and smoke at the same time... it's also interesting how one that is on home o2 thinks that he can put the fire out... Sounds like also the first due crews might have jumped the gun on the 2 banger, the fire was held to one unit...

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another interesting fact is that it's in the same area that Glendale had their fire a few years ago...
 
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