SEAL BEACH (CBSLA) – Two people were injured and dozens more displaced after a three-alarm fire ripped through a Seal Beach apartment complex in the early morning hours Monday.
The blaze broke out before 1 a.m. in the 1200 block of Montecito Road.READ MORE: Mountain Biker Rescued After Falling Into A Canyon At Mt. Wilson Today
Crews arrived on scene to find heavy flames and smoke coming from the second-floor of a two-story apartment building, Orange County Fire Authority Division Chief Ron Roberts said.
Two patients were rushed to local hospitals with minor burns.READ MORE: Huntington City School District Employee Arrested For Lewd Acts With Minor
Five of the 16 units in the complex were damaged, Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Stephen Horner said.
At least 20 adults and 13 children were displaced, Horner said.
There is still no word on a cause.MORE NEWS: 'Some Of The Most Devastated Workers': New California Bill Seeks To Get Laid-Off Hospitality Employees Back To Work
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