Firefighter Injured in Fall, 13 Residents Displaced in TX Multidwelling Fire

According to a report from KHOU, one firefighter from the Cy-Fair Fire Department (CFFD) was injured in a fall and two adults were treated for smoke inhalation after a two-alarm fire erupted in an apartment complex in northwest Harris County, Texas.

Fire officials said the incident occurred at a complex in the 6400 block of York Meadows Drive, near the intersection of Little York and Highway 6.

On arrival, CFFD crews reported smoke coming from an apartment room. Eight units were damaged, with seven of those being occupied. In total, 13 people were displaced.

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The injured firefighter who fell was treated at the scene.

The Harris County Fire Marshals Office is currently investigating the cause of the fire.


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