Fire damages double bay hotel, police says
Firefighters are battling three fires in a three-story condo building south of the BMO Harris Bradley Center on the north end of the building Saturday morning.
One fire was reported at 9 a.m. The others were reported at 2:20 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 6:50 p.m. at the condo tower on North 13th Street and East 17th Avenue, fire officials said. Fire crews were called at 7:11 p.m.
The hotel has been closed after a suspicious package was located nearby, according to the city of Denver fire department. No one is under ar개츠비 카지노rest, police said.
The fire department and Denver Fire Rescue units had also been dispatched to the scene when a suspicious package was found nearby, according to police. The suspicious package was returned to the hotel after the fire department arrived. The cause of the fire has not been released.
Several hotel-goers reported the same fire inside the building that happened just a few days ago.
An ambulance was called shortly after 12:30 p.m. Saturday after a guest reported a similar fire, fire department spokesman Greg Koffler said. The guest was treated and released at the scene.
Several vehicles were trapped and were taken to an area hospital after being driven off the b방콕 카지노uilding and into nearby streets, according to firefighters.
Police told NBC station KDVR that it appears a home alarm was triggered by someone firing a gun in the building.
Fire officials said the first fire happened at about 9 a내국인 카지노.m. when smoke and flames were noticed coming from the west stairwell area. The fire then started in the west kitchen.
It is currently unclear how many units, and if anyone was injured, the fire department says.
The second fire was reported shortly after 2 p.m. near the hotel’s parking garage. Smoke was seen coming from the north stairwell in the complex’s parking garage and quickly turned to flames, police said.
At 6:40 p.m., there were three more fires reported around the complex. Firefighters attempted to get them under control before they started spreading, according to fire department spokeswoman Joi Ito.
More than 1,300 people live nearby, including many who have been staying in the complex for at least several years.
The hotel recently added another luxury apartment tower, the Royal Oak, to its portfolio and will soon replace its two condominiums with