Thursday apartment fire causes
$50,000 in damage
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[October 15, 2016]
- On October 13, 2016, the Lincoln Fire Department responded to a
structure fire at 1907 Pulaski Street in Lincoln.
Lincoln Fire units arrived and encountered light smoke at the
front door and the soffit of the apartment complex. As the entry
team pulled a 1-34” hose line and entered the structure they
encountered heavier smoke and flames coming from the apartment door.
Entry team saw fire in the kitchen area of the apartment. Entry team
extinguished the fire and ventilated the apartment.
Two people were displaced from the apartment along with two pets.
The apartment next door had minor smoke damage.
Also on scene was all off duty Lincoln Fire Department members and
Lincoln Rural. Lincoln Fire Department would also like to that
Atlanta Fire Department, Logan County Paramedics, Ameren Cilco, and
Lincoln Police Department for their assistance during this fire.
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There were no injuries reported.
The damage to the structure was approximately $50,000.
The origin of the fire was on the top of the stove.
The cause of the fire is accidental
[Investigator Tim L. Aper
Captain Aaron Johnson]