It was a busy Saturday for fire crews & # 39; Vancouver, called a pair of & # 39; separate residential fires.
Woman & # 39; 80 suffered burns after a fire in & # 39; center & # 39; downtown apartment & # 39; three floors early Saturday morning.
Assistant Chief of Operations Kevin Wilson said crews received a call at 2: 38 a.m.
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Flames can be seen coming from the building located in block 700 West 8th Avenue, he said, adding that the building is older and did not have & # 39; sprinkler system to help fight the blaze .
The fire occurred in a woman's group, and was taken to hospital with burns & # 39; undetermined severity. Although the suite suffered extensive damage, fires nfirdux with other units, said Wilson.
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An investigator was on the scene, Wilson noted, and determined the fire was accidental and not & # 39; suspicious nature.
Investigators are still looking into the cause.
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The fire crews were called to a separate fire & # 39; two alarms in block 5700 of & # 39; Athalone Street about 10 a.m.
Breeders say that fire old woman was treated for smoke inhalation, but was able to walk to an ambulance.
The crews say the fire started in the kitchen and came out of control, but it was located in land & # 39; under the house.
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