Fire destroys home in Vancouver, WA, no injuries reported
Posted on Tuesday, July 21st, 2020 at 7:37 pm
VANCOUVER, WA – A major fire completely burned down a house in Vancouver in the early morning of Tuesday, July 21, but luckily no one was inside while it happened.
VRFA and Puget Sound fire units are working a house fire at the 289 block of SE 124th. Crews arrived finding heavy conditions and attacked the fire defensively. The home was vacant. No injuries reported. Investigators on scene to determine the cause. pic.twitter.com/AIsUCwjhqF
— Valley Regional Fire (@ValleyFire) July 21, 2020
Valley Regional Fire reported the fire at 2:42 a.m. Tuesday. No one was inside the house at the time of the fire, but it is completely destroyed.
The house is located at the 289 block of SE 124th in Vancouver, just over the Columbia River from Oregon.
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