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Ft Lauderdale, FL – Injuries Recorded in Duplex Fire at Seventh & Ninth Terr

Ft Lauderdale, FL - Injuries Recorded in Duplex Fire at Seventh & Ninth Terr

Fort Lauderdale, FL (January 6, 2024) – Half a dozen people were forced to evacuate their homes as firefighters fought intense flames at a Fort Lauderdale duplex that had started overnight on Friday.

Just after 2:00 a.m. on Friday, firefighters from Fort Lauderdale’s fire rescue units arrived at the site of the fire at Southwest Seventh Street and Ninth Terrace. According to officials, firefighters spent around one hour putting out the blaze. Six residents were displaced, however, and EMTs assessed a handful of those victims for injuries at the scene. Authorities have not provided updates on the victims’ current conditions or the cause of the fire, but an investigation remains ongoing.

Our thoughts are extended to the injured victims and their families. We hope for their complete recovery.

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