KISTLER, W.Va. (AP) — A 3-year-old boy died early Tuesday in a West Virginia apartment fire, officials said.
The West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office tweeted that investigators were at an apartment complex in the Buffalo Creek area of Logan County. The blaze was reported about 2:30 a.m., news outlets reported.READ MORE: Kids With Disabilities Get Adaptive Bikes
The fire marshal’s office confirmed the boy’s death but did not release his name or further details.
FATAL FIRE UPDATE: The victim in this morning's fatal fire in Buffalo Creek has been confirmed to be a 3 year old male. One adult female sustained injuries, condition unknown at this time. The fire's cause is still under investigation. NFI
— WVState Fire Marshal (@WVFireMarshal) November 24, 2020READ MORE: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's Grandson Shot And Killed
A woman was injured in the blaze, but her condition wasn’t immediately available, the office said.
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