A further resident also sustained minor injuries following jumping from a balcony, officials reported

CATOOSA COUNTY, Ga. — Hearth officials are reporting a handful of accidents but say they are grateful that no just one died in a north Ga apartment fireplace in which a mother and baby had been rescued on Saturday afternoon.

The Catoosa County Hearth Department experiences that it was dispatched to an condominium hearth immediately after the 911 heart obtained numerous calls about the blaze.

Crews arrived at Park Lake Residences off of Cloud Springs Highway in Fort Oglethorpe to come across the hearth presently burning seriously in just one apartment building with the potential to unfold.

So, Catoosa County firefighters went to do the job, ultimately rescuing an unconscious girl and her toddler child from the prime flooring of the burning setting up, officers mentioned. The department reported one more resident also jumped from a balcony but only had what they explained as small accidents.

In all, 3 residents ended up taken for health care remedy and two people today had been addressed on the scene and produced. The department hasn’t released the affliction of the mother or the little one.

“As devastating as this circumstance is, gratefully, no reduction of existence transpired with the citizens or the a lot of firefighters and staff that were being on scene,” the section explained in a Facebook put up on Sunday.

The department also thanked various medical, hearth, and regulation enforcement organizations – some from neighboring counties and even Tennessee – who assisted in handling the condition.

Authorities haven’t explained, nonetheless, how they imagine the hearth started.