6 were killed and 13 injured in a fire at a Las Vegas apartment building where residents said they were using their stoves for heatGet the Full StoryAssociated Press David Becker
A fire killed six people and injured 13 on Saturday in an apartment building where some residents said they were using their stoves for heat.
Investigators reported that the fire started around a first-floor unit's stove and that residents had told them that there was no heat in the building.
Firefighters arriving at the scene began treating injured and using ladders to rescue numerous people already jumping or hanging from windows, a fire department spokesman said.
Fire officials said around 50 people were displaced and the Southern Nevada Red Cross said it sent personnel to provide assistance.
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LAS VEGAS AP A fire in a three-story apartment building in downtown Las Vegas where residents were apparently using their stoves for heat killed six people and forced some residents to jump from upper-floor windows to escape the heavy smoke before dawn Saturday, authorities said.
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