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One injured in early-morning Pinellas Park fire that heavily damages home

PINELLAS PARK — Firefighters extinguished an early-morning fire Friday that heavily damaged a house, officials said.

At 3:34 a.m., the Pinellas Park Fire Department responded to a home at 6698 69th Avenue N and reported heavy smoke and flames when they arrived. Officials said the blaze was under control within 15 minutes.

Two people were inside before firefighters arrived. One was sent to the hospital after being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Records show the home is owned by Ingrid Lynn Donley.

The fire is under investigation.

One injured in early-morning Pinellas Park fire that heavily damages home 10/16/09 [Last modified: Friday, October 16, 2009 11:19am]
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