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Third Floor Apartment Fire Displaces 31 Residents (Photo) - 02/06/19

Shortly before 10:30 this morning firefighters from Milwaukie Station 2 were dispatched to a report of a commercial fire alarm at the Hillside Manor, a Clackamas County Housing building located at 2889 Hillside Ct. in Milwaukie. As firefighters arrived they were notified by residents that there was an active fire on the third floor and that the sprinklers were going off.  The incident was upgraded to a Commercial Fire and additional fire units responded.  Firefighters quickly made access to the third floor to extinguish and confine the fire to the apartment that it started in and to shut off the active sprinkler head. 

The fire was brought under control, at the same time a thorough search was completed to ensure the residents were accounted for.  One cat was rescued from the apartment and treated with high flow oxygen however, one cat was found dead in the apartment. 29 adults and two children have been displaced by the extensive water damage and will be working with the Red Cross to provide temporary housing accomodations. No injuries were reported and the cause of this mornings fire remains under investigation.

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