Miramar apartment building is burning

 

A one-story apartment building is burning in Miramar.

Additional firefighters are being called to the building at 6304 SW 27th St. Monday morning. Firefighters are looking for any trapped people and pets.

Heavy smoke is coming from the windows and the roof. At least one firefighter is being treated for smoke inhalation, according to WSVN-Channel 7.

This bulletin will be updated as more information becomes available.

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