Las Vegas, NV (July 5, 2020) – Four people were injured in an apartment building fire on Saturday night, July 4th. Officials said that the incident took place inside an apartment building located at 3937 Spencer St. in Las Vegas at around 10:55 p.m.

According to the Clark County Fire Department, numerous firefighters were dispatched to the scene where a tree fire ignited the roof and attic of the nearby residential building. Paramedics assisted at least four people with various injuries but have not confirmed their present conditions.

Authorities with the CCFD are investigating the events that triggered this incident.

Our thoughts are with the victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Residential Fires in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV – Four Hurt in Apartment Fire on Spencer St

Just under 500,000 residential fires are reported each and every year, many of which result in severe injuries or death. Like anywhere else, residential fires in Las Vegas often result in cases of wrongful death and other injuries by no fault of the victims. When a negligent party or other entity causes the suffering of another person, it is important to understand that you may have substantial rights as you begin moving forward.

Sudden accidents result in severe pain and suffering all too often, and our compassionate Nevada accident attorneys at the Richard Harris Law Firm understand the sensitive nature of such an incident. It is our belief that all reckless parties who carelessly cause the injuries or death of another person should be held fully accountable for their actions, and we are prepared to go to work fighting for the compensation you deserve. If you have been hurt or lost a loved one in a fire caused by another party or entity, please don’t hesitate to contact our Nevada accident injury attorneys today at (702) 444-4444.

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