One Dead, Multiple Displaced Following La Quinta Inn Fire




One Dead, Multiple Displaced Following La Quinta Inn Fire – BrewerWood News

One person is dead and several others are unable to return to their hotel rooms after a fire ripped through a La Quinta Inn Hotel at 2510 W Greenway Road shortly after 11 p.m. on Wednesday, November 6th. Upon arrival, crews found heavy smoke and flames coming from a room on the bottom floor, a spokesman with the Phoenix Fire Department said. (The structure was originally reported by media sources as being an apartment complex, which is incorrect.)



As they began to attack the blaze, they searched for victims still trapped inside and found one person dead. A second person was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition on an unrelated medical emergency.

Multiple units were damaged leaving many others displaced. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

The fire department’s Community Assistance Program was working with the Red Cross and other groups to help displaced guests, the agency mentioned.



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