COURTLAND, Va. (AP) —
Two people were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries following a fire at a Virginia jail, authorities said.
The Courtland Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to battle the blaze at Southampton County Jail Sunday night after an inmate notified officials about the fire, WAVY-TV reported.
The blaze was put out within an hour, WVEC-TV reported. Multiple people were triaged at the scene, leading to the two to be sent to a hospital. Authorities did not reveal the identity of those hospitalized.
The cause of the fire is not known, officials said.
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