Fire Photos


3 Alarm Hawaiian Terrace

CFDHISTORY ---›Fire Photos ---› 3 Alarm Hawaiian Terrace

Date 2002-01-01


Fire companies were dispatched at 8:13am on January 1, 2002 to a report of an apartment on fire next to the apartment at 4995 Hawaiian Terrace in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Cincinnati.
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Upon arrival, fire personnel confirmed a working fire in a 2-story townhouse
apartment complex.
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Heavy fire and smoke reported showing at the 2nd floor.

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Shortly thereafter, the fire had spread to the attic area. District 3 Fire Chief Randal Freel Jr.
requested the second alarm.
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Moments later, heavy fire was showing at the roof
area. This resulted in a request for the third alarm from Chief Freel at the Hawaiian Terrace Complex.
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An aggressive interior attack was initiated on the 2nd floor flames, along with a primary search of the apartment on fire and adjacent apartment on both sides.
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Before the fire was brought under control it had
spread to several adjacent apartments and along the attic area.

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At this time, the fire cause is undetermined pending further investigation by fire investigators, who were called to the scene.
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The estimated fire loss was set at $200,000.

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There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters as a result of this incident.
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The Red Cross was called to the scene to assist with the displacement of several families resulting from fire and smoke damage to
their apartments.
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Fire personnel were on the scene for over 3 hours.

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