Fire displaces tenants of six-apartments

Fire displaces tenants of six-apartments | #ESC_LLC #Fire #Apartment #FireFighter | New Castle firefighters were called to 1214 Highland Ave., where they ran a hose up the side of the building, alongside a fire escape to put out the blaze. “This incident accents the need for the installation of fire escapes in multi-tenant apartment buildings because you never know when a fire will occur on the level of exit discharge, preventing access to the stairway and/or the point of exit discharge,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. (Please scroll down)

Meanwhile, occupants of the apartments stood outside in the cold damp air, some of them shivering. Peggy Owens, one of the tenants, kept her tiny dog, Ohio, warm in her coat. She and her children, Laraya Bowman and William Madison, all residents of a first-floor apartment, were with her.

Nearby was Chris Graham, another first-floor tenant, who wears a brace on his leg from past injuries.

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