AURORA, Colo. — A 2-alarm fire broke out early Monday morning at an Aurora condo complex, with a bevy of oxygen-starved first responders conveying the severity of the blaze as they made calls over emergency scanner traffic.
The Aurora Fire Department confirmed the blaze via Twitter.
AFD Units on scene of a 2 alarm condo fire at 2nd & Quari St. No occupants, no injuries, fire under control at this time. One condo involved
— Aurora Fire Rescue (@AuroraFireDpt) October 21, 2013
First reports about the fire began coming in shortly after 5 a.m. The condo complex is close to the intersection of East 6th Avenue and Peoria Street, and just north of the Aurora Hills Golf Course.
Residents say no one was in the condo unit that went up in flames, and that Good Samaritans went around alerting neighbors in the surrounding condos that smoke could be seen coming from the roof, and helping all residents make it out of the complex unscathed.