by: Shelby Lin Erdman, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated:
WASHINGTON - Firefighters worked to extinguish a fire at the iconic Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
The fire started in a vacant apartment on the 13th floor.
Emergency workers were able to get it under control quickly, D.C. fire officials said.
All of a sudden we look out the window and see a condo has caught fire in Watergate 700. DC FD is on the scene now. pic.twitter.com/xthCj7AXru— Jocelyn (@jocemiller) January 11, 2017
Watergate fire knocked down. Vacant Apt. Dealing with smoke conditions several floors. Searches negative. Still no injuries. pic.twitter.com/sDS6mM8frT— DC Fire and EMS (@dcfireems) January 11, 2017
No one was injured, but smoky conditions remained on several floors.
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