2 burned, 30 displaced in Beaverton apartment fire

BEAVERTON, Ore. (AP) — Two people were burned and dozens were displaced in a fire at a Beaverton apartment building. Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Chief Cassandra Ulven says people started calling 911 before 10 a.m. Thursday to report heavy fire in a building in the Lombard Plaza apartment complex. She says firefighters found two people outside with burn injuries as flames and smoke billowed from the building. Police and property management evacuated residents. Fire spread to the shared attic of a building that had nine units. Two units were destroyed, and others were damaged. Firefighters contained the fire within an hour. The American Red Cross is helping about 30 people who have been displaced.