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'It's been a busy week:' Crews battle another SLC condo fire

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Posted at 6:22 AM, Jul 02, 2021
and last updated 2021-07-02 08:30:55-04

SALT LAKE CITY — Firefighters were able to put out a condominium fire in Salt Lake City before it spread to other units Friday morning.

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The fire at the Four Seasons Village at 1601 West 400 South began around 3 a.m.

Residents living inside the condominium were able to safely evacuate. Fire crews also evacuated nearby units, but will allow those residents to return to their homes later Friday.

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Officials do not yet know the cause of the fire, but an investigation is underway. One person was transported to the hospital for smoke inhalation.

The fire capped a taxing week for firefighters as they battled large apartment and dwelling fires in Salt Lake City, Ogden and Murray.

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"It's been a busy week, we've had a lot of fires the last few days, a lot of multi-dwelling fires, apartment fires and the positive thing is we've been able to have adequate staffing and we've been able to provide a quick response to all these fire," said Capt. Jared Schreiner of the Salt Lake City Fire Department.