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Apartment fire causes no injuries
Updated On: Jun 13, 2009

Apartment fire causes no injuries

Posted by Tracy Dave | The Ann Arbor News August 30, 2008 19:05PM

Categories: Breaking News

No one was injured in a fire at Hidden Valley Club apartments Saturday afternoon after a blaze started in one of the units, according to Ann Arbor Fire Department officials.

The fire, in the 600 block of Hidden Valley Club Drive, happened around 3 p.m. Saturday and was found by a maintenance worker. No one was home at the time, said Battalion Chief Robert Vogel. It is unclear whether the apartment was occupied.

The fire, found burning on a floor of the apartment, was contained to that unit, located on the first floor. The cause remains under investigation.

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