Fort Collins Wabash Street Kitchen Fire

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Fort Collins Kitchen Fire

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

At 09:47 on February 10th, 2013 Poudre Fire Authority responded to a house fire at 501 Wabash St. in Fort Collins. Engine 5 arrived they found a two-story residential structure with light smoke showing. Crews found a small fire in the kitchen area burning the counter and cupboards, and extinguished it quickly while also performing searches and removing smoke from the building. Fort Collins Police officers were able to rescue two dogs, after they let them out of the burning home prior to the arrival firefighters. The fire was initially reported by a neighbor as smoke coming from the front windows and smoke alarms sounding. Nobody was found home except the dogs that were safe with the officers until Larimer Humane Society took control of them. The fire damaged a portion of the kitchen however there was a moderate amount of heat and smoke damage throughout the main floor, along with a light amount of smoke damage in the basement. Additional information provided by Poudre Fire Authority

Fort Collins Police Department & Poudre Valley EMS

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

Photo courtesy of Poudre Fire Authority

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