At least 120 firefighters responded to an early morning fire that went to five alarms at a Tustin (CA) apartment complex.
According to the Orange County (CA) Fire Authority (OCFA) PIO, the fire occurred around 3 a.m. at a two-story apartment building on 15751 Williams St. Crews performed a defensive attack at the fire.
Tustin Structure Fire: 3:01 am. 3 alarm fire at 15751 Williams. Two story apartment building. Heavy fire with roof collapse at 3:25. All firefighters accounted for. Defensive fire attack. 80 firefighters onscene. pic.twitter.com/N48sywgMya— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) February 12, 2020
According to a report on the Orange County Register, the fire caused the roof of the structure to collapse. Two residents suffered smoke inhalation and were taken to a hospital, and some residents were yet to be accounted for this morning. There were no reported firefighter injuries.
“We had roof collapse in about 24 minutes, which is very quick for a building of this size,” OCFA Captain Tony Bommarito told reporters.