[VIDEO] Firefighters quell Sea Point apartment fire quickly

The fire occurred in a third-floor apartment in Holmfirth Roa, Sea Point with the upper floors sustaining mostly smoke damage.

The City's Fire and Rescue Service responded to at 12:39 this afternoon.

2 Fire Engines, 1 Aerial Appliance and 1 Rescue vehicle was dispatched with 26 Firefighters.

No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire has not yet been ascertained.


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