Firefighters Battle Five-Alarm Tustin (CA) Apartment Fire

Fire at Tustin (CA) apartment building
Photo courtesy Tustin Police Department

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.

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.


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