Pasco Fire and Police respond to house fire Saturday
Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2020 at 5:40 pm
PASCO, WA – The Pasco Fire Department and Police responded to a house fire on the 2700 block of Road 33 on Saturday afternoon, according to the Pasco Police Department’s Twitter.
Currently assisting PFD w/ single story resident fire in the 2700 block of Road 33. Everyone is out of the house without injury. Please avoid the area roads are closed in the area. pic.twitter.com/GkY7LnmDdt
— Pasco Police Dept (@PascoPoliceDept) August 1, 2020
Pasco Police confirmed that the residents of the house escaped without sustaining any injuries.
Officials blocked the roads around the home in order to better extinguish the flames and protect passersby.
Pasco Fire extinguished the flames by 2:48 p.m. There is no confirmation concerning how badly the house was damaged.
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