North Bethesda Apartment Fire “Contained,” HVAC May Be To Blame

NORTH BETHESDA, MD – Montgomery County firefighters put down a two-alarm fireplace soon after a cloud of black smoke arrived from a North Bethesda condominium building.

Pete Piringer, spokesman for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Providers, stated the crews had been dispatched to the Monterey Apartments at 5901 Montrose Rd. on Tuesday just before 12 midday.

About 75 firefighters fought the fire at the apartment intricate, which is about three quarters of a mile from the White Flint subway station.

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Firefighters think the fire arrived from the HVAC units on the roof, but do not think the fire pierced the developing.

No injuries had been claimed.

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Pre-shot image from Montrose – Fire seems to be from rooftop HVAC models, no reported exposure to structures, no described injuries pic.twitter.com/suTPhoyGXv
– Alan Butsch / MCFRS PIO 12 (@AlanMcfrs) April 27, 2021 ICYMI ~ 75 @mcfrs FFs on web site Montrose Highway around Rockville Pike https://t.co/JDZv25MDyZ
– Pete Piringer (@mcfrsPIO) April 27, 2021

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North Bethesda Apartment Fire “Contained”, HVAC may well be to blame

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