Southeast rowhouse fire damages dentist's office, several treated
A fire in a two-story rowhouse in Southeast D.C. on Saturday night caused one D.C. police officer to be treated for smoke inhalation and several others to be evaluated.
The fire broke out at 1334 G St. SE in a building that housed a dentist's office and an apartment. No one was inside the structure when it caught fire, but three neighbors, two adults and a child, were evaluated on the scene. Another police officer was evaluated but not transported to the hospital.
Hazmat crews evaluated a damaged X-ray machine during their investigation of the fire.