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North Spokane apartment fire

The Wednesday morning blaze near Magnesium Road and Division Street destroyed 23 units in an apartment building. Twenty-two units were occupied, and all residents escaped unharmed, fire officials said.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

A Spokane Fire Department fireman mops up after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Fire Department firemen mop up after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Fire Department firemen mop up after they were able to save this building from a three-alarm fire on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011, in North Spokane that destroyed a 23 unit apartment next door at E. 10 Pineridge Court.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

The Spokane Fire Department was able to save this adjacent apartment after a three alarm fire destroyed the 23 unit building next door at E. 10 Pineridge Court in North Spokane on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Fire Department crews were forced to abandon fighting a fire in this 23 unit apartment building at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011, after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed it and displaced all of it’s residents.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Displaced residents and onlookers watch as Spokane Fire Department firemen mop up after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. Volunteers and staff from the Red Cross were on hand to assist displaced residents and ensure that disaster-related needs were met.


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Akway Omot contemplates his family’s immediate future after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane displaced them and destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. His family escaped safely with very few belongings, and Omot lost his wallet and in the blaze.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Displaced residents and onlookers watch as Spokane Fire Department fireman mop up after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Les Kienbaum comforts his grandson Cory Fogal, 5, after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011, including the apartment his daughter Jessica and grandson lived in.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Red Cross volunteers and staff distribute water to displaced residents after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.


J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review

Michael Gonzales walks away with only a blanket as his friend Debra Whitacre holds his son, Michael Jose Gonzales, after a three-alarm fire in North Spokane left his family homeless and destroyed 23 units at E. 10 Pineridge Court on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. “After this, I will always have renter’s insurance,” he said.

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