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News Release
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Vancouver Fire on 99th street (Photo) - 04/06/20

Vancouver Firefighters were dispatched to a structure fire at 0843 am on Monday morning. Witnesses called 911 after noticing that the house at 14317 NE 99th street was on fire. The first fire engine arrived within 5 minutes and found a single story house with heavy smoke and flames coming from the front and the back of the house. Firefighters stretched hoselines to attack the fire from the outside before heading inside the house to finish extinguishing the fire, which took 24 minutes. There were no injuries and everyone escaped safely. 5 residents and a dog were displaced. They are receiving assistance from the Red Cross. Ceiling heat inside the house made it difficult for firefighters to access the fire in the attic and posed an extra threat to the safety of firefighters.  Firefighters from Fire District 3 assisted the Vancouver Fire Department. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Clark County Fire Marshall Office. 

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