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Woman hospitalized in south London apartment fire dies of injuries: police

Woman hospitalized in south London apartment fire dies of injuries: police
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Fire officials responded to a blaze at 140 Langarth St. W., a low-rise apartment building west of Wharncliffe Road South, around 8:30 a.m. on March 13.

One window is blown out of this apartment building at 140 Langarth St. W in #ldnont , where crews responded to a fire call this morning. Officials say one person was taken to hospital, but the extent of their injuries is unclear. pic.twitter.com/Ruj0BLcKKi

Although there was nothing visible from outside the red-brick structure when crews first arrived, platoon Chief Gary Mosburger told 980 CFPL at the time that crews battled thick smoke and zero visibility inside a single unit on the second floor.

A 53-year-old woman was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

On Tuesday, police announced she had died of their injuries. The woman’s identity has not been released.
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