Officials Say No One Injured In Springfield Apartment Fire


No one is hurt after a North Liberty apartment building caught fire this evening.

Fire officials say that multiple units in the Meadows Apartments were damaged, but everyone inside was able to get out safely.


That may be thanks to one man and his daughter, who saw smoke and acted quickly.

“I seen smoke, her and I got out of the car and ran around back, and seen flames coming out the back of one of the apartments, so we started knocking on the sliding glass doors and telling everybody to get out, that there was a fire,” says Meadows Apartment resident Tim Moore.

Moore used to work within the Walkerton Fire Department, and says he saw ten people get out safely after he knocked on their doors.

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