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Ashley Dinges A residence at Oakland Street suffered severe damage from a fire in the early morning of Wednesday, June 16, Multiple members of the Michigan football team lived in the house.
The caller informed officers that people were still trapped inside the house. Although all individuals inside were able to escape, two residents sustained injuries. Sophomore offensive lineman Jake Long remains in serious to fair condition at University Hospital after smoke inhalation, said University Health System spokeswoman Kara Gavin.
That's just typical of inhalation injuries," Gavin said. Sophomore offensive lineman Patrick Sharrow was treated and released from the emergency room after jumping out of a second-story window in the house, Gavin said. One other unidentified female and two firefighters were transported to the hospital, Heemstra said.
One of the firefighters suffered first, second and third degree burns to his hand, and the other received a cut on his forearm. Residents of Oakland were unavailable for comment. Investigators are still uncertain how the fire started.
Detective Kevin Warner said the fire might have started on a couch located on the porch. Officials are investigating whether or not it was ignited on purpose or accidentally. Heemstra added that other nearby houses sustained damages, including melted blinds and siding and cracked windows.
Fallen charred debris was strewn across cars parked within the vicinity of the site, and two vehicles in the driveway were damaged as well. Head Coach Lloyd Carr arrived at the house just before a. Ablauf said Carr is working with other team officials to make travel arrangements for parents of the players.
They're helping coordinate finding them a hotel to stay in," Ablauf said.
He added that the NCAA is providing the victims with the "bare minimum" in terms of clothing and other necessities.
University President Mary Sue Coleman issued a written statement late this afternoon regarding the incident.
While this is a distressing situation for our students, I am very thankful that no lives were lost," said Coleman, in the statement. Most read.