Langley City firefighters responded to a fire in Linwood Place Apartments on Monday afternoon.

Fire in Langley City apartment complex

The only patient firefighters found was a cat, which received oxygen.

  • Mar. 14, 2016 5:00 a.m.

by Alex Skerdzhev

news@langleyadvance.com

Firefighters and police were called to a fire in the Linwood Place apartment complex in the 20100 block of 55 A Avenue at around 4 p.m. Monday, March 14.

Two Langley City fire-trucks and multiple police vehicles responded to the call. A third-story apartment at the sprawling, yellow complex was doused with water from a fire-hose at the scene.

No injuries have been reported as of yet, but City firefighters Tweeted that they rescued a cat and used their new pet oxygen masks and the animal is now reported to be okay.

– Watch for updates as more information becomes available.

PHOTO: Langley City Fire Rescue Tweeted out a photo of a firefighter using the pet oxygen mask on a cat that was in the apartment.

 

 

 

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