Firefighters inspect the scene of an apartment fire Monday in Everett. (Everett Fire Department)

Firefighters inspect the scene of an apartment fire Monday in Everett. (Everett Fire Department)

Fire damages apartments on West Casino Road in Everett

Firefighters reported some non-life-threatening injuries after three units burned.

EVERETT — Firefighters stopped an apartment fire from spreading and causing more extensive damage at a West Casino Road complex on Monday morning.

Everett Assistant Fire Marshal Steve Goforth said the blaze started in one apartment and damaged two others. Crews knocked down the flames before 9 a.m.

The fire was being investigated. Its cause and a damage estimate were not available yet, Goforth said.

Goforth said there were reports of injuries that were not life-threatening. Up to three apartments were without power because it was disconnected as a safety precaution, displacing an unknown number of residents.

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