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Four Displaced in Possible Electrical FireWhen firefighters arrived, heavy flames and smoke were showing from the one story wood frame house.
Elderly Man Burned During Apartment FireAn elderly man was taken to University Medical Center (UMC) after sustaining serious burns from a small fire in his apartment. No one was displaced by the fire.
LVFR Celebrates 75th Anniversary And Fire Prevention WeekIt's described as the largest public event the department has had in the past 20 years, and it will be held at Fire Station One Headquarters, located at 500 N. Casino Center Boulevard on Saturday, October 14, 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Fire Near Strip Shoots Large Columns Of SmokeThe burning fiberglass produced a very large column of thick black smoke which could be seen from anywhere in the valley. Firefighters had the fire under control in less than ten minutes.
It's Fire Prevention Week And 75th Anniversary For LVFRThe history of National Fire Prevention Week has its roots from in the Great Chicago Fire, which happened on October 9, 1871. The fire burned for 27 hours, killed more than 250 people.
Electrical Fire in Condo Displaces Four in HendersonThe fire was contained to the area of origin by the building's fire sprinkler system and firefighters were able to quickly douse the flames before it could spread to any nearby units.
Man Faces Arson Charge In Vegas House FireA man was arrested by Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Arson investigators after allegedly setting a fire inside a Las Vegas home late Saturday morning, according to authorities.
Volunteer Fire Station Hosting Open House October 7The open house will feature general information about fire safety. The theme of Fire Prevention Week this year is "Every Second Counts" and encourages people to have an escape plan in case of fire.
Two Alarm Fire In Shopping Center Under InvestigationThe fire gutted the lounge and burned a large hole in the roof. The dental office had moderate damage. Total damage for the incident is estimated at $500,000.
Fire Official: No Report Yet On Cause Of Vegas Hotel FireDeputy Clark County Fire Chief Jeff Buchanan said Monday that more than 70 firefighters responded to the 6 p.m. Saturday fire at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, formerly known as the Hilton.
Fire Crews Douse Blaze at Westgate CasinoFirefighters doused a 2-alarm fire at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino late Saturday afternoon after black smoke billowed from the lower portion of the hotel.
Fire Damages East Side Mobile HomeFirefighters had the fire under control in less than ten minutes, and no one was home at the time. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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