4 townhomes damaged in SE Denver fire
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Four townhomes were damaged when a fire ripped through a complex near South Yosemite Street and Interstate 225 Sunday afternoon. 9NEWS at 10 p.m. 03/29/15.
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Whitney Wild, 10:48 p.m. MDT March 29, 2015Four townhomes were damaged in a fire Sunday afternoon near South Yosemite Street and Interstate 225.(Photo: Whitney Wild, KUSA)DENVER – Four townhomes were damaged when a fire ripped through a complex near South Yosemite Street and Interstate 225 Sunday afternoon.A call came in about the blaze at 9051 E. Oxford Drive at around 4 p.m. No one was injured, but one homeowner told 9NEWS that he lost everything in the fire.The Denver Fire Department sent 14 crews to battle the fire due to the large number of residences in the area.Two of the townhomes were damaged, and the other two had smoke and water damage.Fire officials say they were trying to be especially cautious given Sunday’s dry, warm and windy conditions.A spokesperson for the DFD says they were lucky that the fire didn’t spread to more units.Firefighters believe it was an accident, and sparked by an electrical malfunction.The property will be turned over the homeowner once authorities finish their investigation. In the meantime, the Red Cross said it will provide temporary housing.(KUSA-TV © 2015 Multimedia Holdings Corporation)Read or Share this story: https://on9news.tv/1bHJOOd 0) { %> 0) { %> 0) { %> – Click Here To Visit Article Source