January 29, 2009
Washington Post reported a candle that was knocked over by accident caused a Washington D.C. fire accident on Monday night.
The Washington D.C. fire accident started at a top-floor unit of a historical three-story condominium unit.
A person suffered smoke inhalation and another person suffered Washington D.C. fire and burn injuries as a result of the fire. Residents of the condominium unit were able to escape safely before firefighters arrived.
About $900,000 worth of damages was caused by the Washington D.C. fire accident and about 12 people were displaced as a result.
The Washington D.C. fire and burn injury lawyers at ChasenBoscolo can help if you have been injured in a Washington D.C. fire accident.