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Early video from ONSCENE TV of a two-alarm apartment fire with as many as seven people injured early Saturday in Garden Grove, California. Among the injured were two police officers.
At least five people, including a naked man and two police officers, were injured after an early morning fire Saturday at a Garden Grove apartment building.
The two-alarm fire broke out around 1:45 a.m. on the second floor of the complex in the 13100 block of Chapman Avenue, Orange County Fire Authority officials say. A family who has been displaced as a result of the fire described the heavy smoke as fog-like.
Fire officials say the blaze broke out inside the naked man’s apartment. It is unclear what injuries the man sustained or why he was handcuffed by police before being transported.
During the response, Garden Grove police detained “a suspicious naked male” who was found in a stairwell at the apartment complex. He was bleeding from a cut in his arm and was uncooperative with officers, police said.
He was transported to the hospital for his injury. Officers later determined that he lived at the apartment complex, and arrested him for an “unrelated offense,” Garden Grove police said.