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Car Fire Spreads to Apartment Building, Displaces Residents (Photo) - 09/25/22

Shortly after 3:30 p.m. today, 911 dispatchers received multiple calls in regard to a vehicle fire near an apartment building in the 11000 block of SW Allen Blvd in Beaverton.

First-arriving firefighters quickly saw that the fire had extended to a carport, two additional vehicles, as well as the side of the nearby apartment building, and a second alarm was called, bringing additional fire resources to the scene. Portland Fire & Rescue also responded to the fire.

Fortunately, with the assistance of Beaverton Police, all occupants were evacuated, and no individuals required medical treatment.

Fire crews were able to bring the fire under control and determined that four apartment units had been significantly impacted. At least nine residents are working with the Red Cross this evening for emergency housing needs.

Fire investigators are on scene, and the fire remains under investigation. Fire officials would like to remind the community that as temperatures are expected to remain in the high 80s for the next couple of days to continue practicing caution.

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