Firefighters successfully extinguished a fire that sent smoke billowing above Tacoma’s Sixth Avenue on Sunday afternoon, according to the Tacoma Fire Department.
Nobody was injured in the 2:02 blaze in the 600 block of North Anderson Street, Tacoma Fire Deputy Chief Faith Mueller said.
“It was a quick knockdown by our crews,” Mueller said. “Everybody got out of the structure.”
Residents of two units in the 24-apartment complex are likely to be displaced, Mueller said. Tacoma Fire and the Red Cross are working to secure temporary housing for those tenants.
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The cause of the fire is under investigation.