Crews battle fire at condo building in Osage Beach

Published: May. 3, 2019 at 10:56 PM CDT
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UPDATE: 12:31 a.m.

Firefighters have not yet determined what caused a massive fire that destroyed a condo building at the St. Moritz Condominium Complex in Osage Beach just after 9:30 p.m. Friday.

The condos are located off of Route KK, or the 24 mile marker of the Lake of the Ozarks.

According to Anna Geen, who owns the condo where the fire started, says she and her husband and in-laws noticed smoke and flames on the first level of their condo on their deck near the deck closet. Geen says she and her husband, both from St. Louis, have owned the condo for about 15 years.

There are four condo units in that building, two were not occupied at the time of the fire. Everyone was able to get out safely.

Just after midnight, Chief Jeffrey Dorhauer of the Osage Beach Fire Protection District told

KY3/KSPR's Andrew Havranek

they had not been able to get inside to start their preliminary investigation into what sparked the fire.

Stay with KY3 and KSPR News for the latest updates.


Firefighters are battling a large fire at St. Moritz Condos at 1450 Serene Court in Osage Beach.

Several units are involved. The Missouri Highway Patrol said in a social media post that everyone made it out of the building and no one was hurt.

Crews from several area departments responded to the call including Osage Beach Fire Protection District, Lake Ozark Fire Protection District, and Mid-County Fire Protection District.

KY3/KSPR News has a crew on the scene. Stay tuned for updates.