Two people were injured when a two-alarm fire burned the Whisperwood Apartments at 11800 26th Ave S. in Burien (map below) Thursday morning, April 30, 2020.
Two people – including one firefighter – suffered minor injuries while battling the blaze.
The Red Cross responded to help displaced residents.
HELP DISPLACED RESIDENTS:
If you would like to help the residents of Whisperwood Apts who’ve been temporarily displaced because of this fire, please contact Erin, Whisperwood Apts manager, at (206) 243-1784 – she is collecting gift cards for the families.
If you would like to help the residents of Whisperwood Apts who've been temporarily displaced because of yesterday's 2-alarm fire, contact Erin, Whisperwood Apts manager, at (206) 243-1784. She is collecting gift cards for the families.https://t.co/Q4gxRkU29Q
— City of Burien, WA (@Burien) May 2, 2020
Zone3 Fire Rehab first Tweeted about the fire at 5:14 a.m.
2nd Alarm Commercial Fire: (WhisperwoodApts) 11800 26th Ave S, Burien
— Zone3 Fire Rehab (@Zone3FireRehab) April 30, 2020
Happening now: Red Cross is responding to help anyone displaced by this morning's apartment fire in Burien. pic.twitter.com/asnheP153m
— Red Cross NW (@RedCrossNW) April 30, 2020
— Ryan Yamamoto KOMO (@YamsTV) April 30, 2020
— Rob Munoz (@RobKIRO7) April 30, 2020
— KOMO Newsradio (@komonewsradio) April 30, 2020