Homemade Firebomb Ignites Blaze at Miami Hospital

MIAMI—Police are searching for the person who started a fire using a homemade firebomb inside the University of Miami Hospital.

The facility was evacuated after someone threw a Molotov cocktail into the building on July 30, reports NBCMiami.com. The incendiary device set an area on the second-floor corridor, which houses administrative offices, ablaze.

The hospital’s automatic sprinkler system quickly extinguished the flames. No one was injured during the incident.

Investigators are looking for a woman, caught on surveillance footage, who they believe may have information on the fire.

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