Ketchum condominium fire on Saturday destroys 26 homes | ketchum

A major structural fire Saturday night at the Limelight Condominiums in Ketchum destroyed 26 units in the two-story building, the City of Ketchum reported Sunday.

The fire started around 6:30 p.m. in the upper “A” building of the condominium complex at 2107 Warm Springs Road, between Central Ketchum and the Warm Springs base of Bald Mountain. Firefighters searched for people inside the building before attacking the blaze, the city said in a news release.

There were no human casualties, the city reported, although a man – an apparent bystander – was transported from the scene to St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center during suppression efforts, according to traffic. of Blaine County emergency communications monitored by the Express. Some pets were reportedly lost in the fire.

Ketchum Fire staff clean Limelight condos Sept. 4.

Displaced residents share their gratitude and fears

Fire in the limelight

Sunday September 4, 2022.

A casualty; 2 missing cats

Property damage estimated at $10 million

Lora M. Andrew