No one was hurt in the three-alarm fire, which reported at about 2:15 p.m. and was in the attic when firefighters arrived, KING-TV reported.
A three-alarm fire destroyed eight condominium units at the River Valley Condos on Maple Valley Highway in Renton on Sunday afternoon, KING-TV reported.
The fire, reported at about 2:15 p.m., was in the attic when firefighters arrived, according to the report.
Deputy Fire Chief Eric Wallgren told KING the eight condo units in an entire building were a total loss.
Some of the affected homeowners watched from the parking lot as fire crews battled the flames, KING reported.
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Mechelle Augustin, who lives in a unit below the fire with her husband and their 11-month-old boy, told KING the residence likely was a total loss because of water and smoke damage.
“Our lives are in there, our memories are in there, our work computers are in there. If everything’s ruined I’m going to be heartbroken,” she said.
No one was hurt, KING reported. The cause of the fire was unknown.