The Hartford Fire Department responded to an early Monday morning structure fire that had authorities transport four residents to treatment. 

News 8 has confirmation that Hartford fire crews were dispatched 166 Roosevelt Street for a working structure fire that was put out within an hour of contact. 

Crews reported heavy fire damage to the rear porch. The fire reached all floors of the apartment complex with the main damage on the second floor of the 2.5 story building. 

Officials say a woman jumped out of the 2nd floor window. She suffered no serious or life-threatening injuries, but noted back injuries. 

According to authorities, five families occupied the apartment complex: thirteen adults and four children. Three adults and two children were transported for evaluation.

The fire remains under investigation. 


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