Medics have sent one woman to receive medical help for inhaling smoke, according to tweets from the department.
Authorities transported at least one person for medical treatment in a Seattle apartment fire on Beacon Hill Monday night, according to tweets from the department.
The fire department tweeted around 9:06 p.m. that a crew was dispatched to an apartment fire near 2026 14th Ave. S.
About 10 minutes later, the department tweeted the blaze was under control.
Medics evaluated three people and transported one woman for treatment of minor smoke inhalation, according to the tweets.
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