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Man Seriously Injured After Apartment Fire



    One Seriously Injured in Oxon Hill Fire

    Prince George's County officials said one man in his 60s sustained serious injuries from smoke inhalation after being rescued from an apartment fire in Oxon Hill Thursday night. (Published Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013)

    A man in his 60s is in serious condition after being rescued from a fiery Oxon Hill apartment Thursday evening.

    Crews arrived to a top floor apartment fire in the 2100 block of Alive Avenue around 6:30 p.m.

    A woman was found unconscious and transported to a local hospital's burn unit. Two other individuals from a neighboring apartment, a man in his 60s and his wife, a woman in her 50s, were hospitalized for smoke inhalation. The man is in serious condition and his wife is in good condition, according to Prince George's County Fire PIO Mark Brady.

    Occupants from three apartments were displaced and a cause of the fire has not yet been released.