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1 taken to hospital, cat rescued after London, Ont. apartment fire

The London Fire Department says one person was taken to hospital after a fire at an apartment building early Sunday morning.

Fire officials first tweeted about the fire at 202 McNay St. at 3:01 a.m. Sunday.

They say fire crews quickly extinguished the blaze and rescued a cat.

One person was assessed by paramedics and taken to hospital with unknown injuries.

Damage is pegged at $25,000.

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