INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Flames poured out of an apartment creating forcing one person to jump from a balcony to get out Tuesday afternoon.

Just just before 2 p.m., crews responded to an condominium fire around 45th and Noland Rd. in Independence.

Firefighters observed significant smoke and flames coming from the second and third floors when they arrived.

FOX4 is advised they got it under control in much less than 30 minutes.

Firefighters consider 6-12 models had been broken in the creating that holds 24 models.

A person person jumped from a balcony on the next tale to get out and was injured.

“It’s my comprehending that the particular person discovered himself in a placement exactly where he felt like he did not have any other decision but to bounce from the balcony,” Aid. Chief of Independence Fireplace Dept. Michael Ditamore said.

Ditamore reported this is a excellent reminder to follow fire protection as we get into the colder months.

“It is a very good time just to remind individuals to have performing smoke detectors, to utilize good security when it comes to electrical tools and electricity strips and what have you,” Ditamore claimed.

Ditamore explained crews from seven various stations responded to the alarm. They needed to be well prepared as this is a large condominium complex with numerous buildings close to just about every other.

He commends this group for their rapid work.

“They arrived on scene immediately and they created a really aggressive attack and this could have been so a great deal even worse. They did a outstanding job,” Ditamore reported.

The trigger is however beneath investigation.