2 Miami Beach Officers Suffer Smoke Inhalation From Beauty Salon Fire

Two Miami Beach Police officers were checking for possible fire victims when they were overcome by smoke.

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    Miami Beach Fire Rescue
    Miami Beach Fire officials on scene at 1230 Alton Road.

    Two Miami Beach Police officers suffered smoke inhalation as they looked into a fire at a beauty salon Saturday, officials said.

    The officers were on their way to work when they spotted the fire at 1230 Alton Road just before 7 a.m., according to Miami Beach Fire Rescue.

    They opened the doors to the beauty salon to check for possible victims when they were overcome by smoke, officials said.

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