Numerous units at a public storage facility in Pembroke Park were destroyed by a significant fire on Monday night, according to officials.
The building on the 3000 block of Pembroke Road caught fire at 6:45 o’clock in the evening.
When Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue arrived on the scene, they discovered that the facility’s center was emitting a lot of smoke and flames.
When firemen arrived, there were around 10 units on fire, but it soon spread to all 64 units in the complex.
According to fire rescue personnel, “this was an exceptionally hazardous fire because the contents of individual storage lockers are generally unknown.”
Although the 64 apartments in the building were completely damaged by fire or smoke, the fire was put out in roughly an hour, according to officials.
It took around 75 firemen from BSFR, Hollywood, and Pembroke Pines to get on the scene, and nobody was hurt, according to officials.
Investigations continue to determine the fire’s origin.