10 people displaced in Clifton fire


Smoke curls out from under the eaves of an apartment building at 488 32 Road as firefighters work to vent the roof on Thursday night. Ten people were displaced by the fire,  according to Clifton Fire Protection District spokesman Greg Martin.



No one was injured in a Thursday night apartment fire at 488 32 Road, according to a press release from the Clifton Fire Protection District.

Shortly before 9:40 p.m., the Clifton fire department was dispatched to the two-story, eight-unit apartment complex after smoke was seen coming from Unit C-2. Grand Junction Fire Department also responded.

Unit C-2 was damaged both upstairs and downstairs from fire, smoke and water, while C-3 reportedly had some fire and light smoke damage. Unit C-1 had some light smoke damage, the release said.

Ten people were displaced Thursday from the fire.

An investigator was working Friday to try and determine the cause.


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