Four Injured in Fairfax Apartment Fire

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    Four individuals were injured during a large fire at a Fairfax, Va. apartment building Monday afternoon.

    Four people were injured during a large fire at a Fairfax, Va. apartment building Monday afternoon.

    Fire crews responded to the 4300 block of Bob Court just before 4 p.m. to heavy flames coming from the second and third floors of an apartment building. 

    Officials say several people jumped from the second floor, as well as used a ground ladder in an effort to escape the flames.

    One civilian was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries and three others were treated on scene. No firefighters were harmed.

    The cause of the fire remains undetermined, but had damaged 12 units in the building, displacing 25 residents.