One dies days after apartment fire in Albina district

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A woman died of her injuries sustained in the apartment fire

Portland firefighters at the scene of a 2-alarm fire on N. Albina Street on Aug. 31, 2019; two people were injured. (Photo: Portland Fire and Rescue)

Editor’s note: The fire happed early Sunday morning, not Saturday night, as previously reported.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A woman pulled from a burning apartment early Sunday morning in Portland’s Albina neighborhood died of her injuries 3 days later.

Portland police said 26-year-old Sarah Oxenreider died Thursday at a local hospital. She was pulled from a burning apartment on North Albina Street on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019. (Portland Police Bureau)

She was one of 2 people who were injured in the 2-alarm fire that ripped through an apartment building in the 3900 block of North Albina Street.

Portland police said 26-year-old Sarah Oxenreider died Thursday at a local hospital.

A man was hospitalized with minor injuries related to jumping out of a window to escape the fire inside a two-story apartment building at 3955 N. Albina St.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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