Apartment Fire in Cashmere, WA

Cashmere, WA (November 13, 2021) – A fire displaced four people after a fire on Wednesday afternoon in Cashmere, WA.

The fire erupted in a split-level home located on the 6000 block of Pioneer Drive at 12:40 pm today. Chelan County Fire District 6 reported that the fire began in an upstairs studio apartment.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. Initial reports state that the studio apartment had severe fire damage while the ground floor sustained water damage.

One adult occupied the upper studio apartment, while two adults and their eight-year-old son shared the lower apartment.

Luckily, no one was in the apartments when the fire happened, and no injuries were reported.

Source: Wenatchee World 

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