“I was petrified – I could feel the heat from the flames and our windows started cracking” Witness to #Emerson #fire rushed out of her building, worried the fire would spread. @Denver_Fire says 6 ppl injured.@KDVR pic.twitter.com/kfqE3T2uyd
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Firefighters found the body of a missing construction worker in the smoldering debris of a massive construction fire in Denver’s North Capitol Hill neighborhood that injured six people and damaged surrounding buildings and vehicles. One person is still unaccounted for.
Hundred-foot flames and smoke could be seen for several miles when Denver firefighters arrived on scene at 1833 Emerson Street around noon Wednesday. The fire is believed to have started on the 3rd story of the five-story construction project. The exact cause is still under investigation.
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Construction site fire in Denver https://t.co/Dg6Sc9R0sq
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Video of major fire in Denver. Flames are huge. Courtesy: Kalina Strohmier pic.twitter.com/VBwF2EXhlg
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