Linda Guo, owner of the Sacajawea Apartments, points out some of the updates to a remodeled one-bedroom apartment at the Pasco complex that was damaged by fire in July 2013. All the rooms and hallways now have commonly wired fire alarms and smoke detectors.
Linda Guo, owner of the Sacajawea Apartments, points out some of the updates to a remodeled one-bedroom apartment at the Pasco complex that was damaged by fire in July 2013. All the rooms and hallways now have commonly wired fire alarms and smoke detectors. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Linda Guo, owner of the Sacajawea Apartments, points out some of the updates to a remodeled one-bedroom apartment at the Pasco complex that was damaged by fire in July 2013. All the rooms and hallways now have commonly wired fire alarms and smoke detectors. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Pasco apartment complex reopens more than two years after fire

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UPDATED December 18, 2015 09:06 PM

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