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Two-alarm damages downtown Las Vegas apartment building, no injuries reported

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- No injuries were reported Saturday morning in a two-alarm fire at an apartment building near downtown Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Fire & Rescue says the fire broke out at the Hidden Village Apartments, located near South Bruce Street and East Charleston Boulevard around 5:45 a.m.

The building was evacuated before crews knocked down the blaze that was coming from the second floor and attic.

Courtesy: Las Vegas Fire & Rescue

Fire investigators believe squatters were in the vacant apartment where the fire started.

A total of 60 firefighters with 25 pieces of equipment responded to the incident, according to Las Vegas Fire & Rescue.

The fire, which was extinguished in 30 minutes, caused about $50,000 in damages.

6:15AM UPDATE: Fire is OUT, crews checking for extension, cause of fire U/I, no injuries reported, @RedCrossNevada notified for some displaced occup’ts, situation under control. #PIO1NEWS https://t.co/SA5GVAmh9Y

— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) July 31, 2021

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