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Per KSL news: On Wednesday morning, a fire forced dozens of residents from the Chelsea Park Apartments, 7351 S. Catalpa St. Unified Fire Authority originally reported about 100 residents were affected but the Red Cross later tweeted that 79 people were involved. All of them remained out of their homes Wednesday morning until a building inspector could determine which units were safe for residents, according to the Unified Fire Department.
Crews responded just after midnight to the fire that they said started in the balcony area of a second-story apartment in building A. The unit where the fire started was heavily involved in flames, which extended up to the third story and the roof, according to Unified Fire Battalion Chief Steve Prokopis.
Multiple pets died in the fire, Prokopis said.
- Angela Clark
- Patrick/Linda Dooley
- Erin Davis
- Vickie Curtis
- Ginni Ryan
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