Fairfield blaze forces 28 from their homes

FAIRFIELD - An early morning fire in Fairfield forced 28 people from their homes and left one firefighter injured.

An elderly woman was found dead in one of the units from cardiac arrest, but investigators don't know if her death is directly related to the fire.

Firefighters from Westport, Bridgeport and Fairfield were called in to contain the fire at the Quincy Condominiums on Hulls Highway.

Fire officials say the evacuated residents were taken to an emergency shelter set up at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. One firefighter was also injured and taken to Bridgeport Hospital.

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