Improperly Discarded Smoking Material Causes Apartment Fire in St. Petersburg
By Lt. Steven Lawrence, Correspondent | May 07, 2020 | FLORIDA
Story No. 051820119
Photo by Lt. Steven Lawrence, Deputy Fire Marshal
St. Petersburg, FL - St. Petersburg Fire Rescue responded to 10800 Brighton Bay Blvd N.E. St. Petersburg, FL on May 7th for a small fire that started on the outside of a three-story garden style apartment building. The cause of the fire appeared to have been from discarded smoking material. The fire was extinguished quickly and contained to a small section of the building and some truck work was needed to help with extinguishment. There were no reported injuries to any of the residents or firefighting personnel at the time of this fire.
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