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130-year-old building suffered water damage but no injuries reported
A fire involving a battery-powered scooter broke out and was quickly extinguished.
Capital City Fire/Rescue extinguished fire without incident
Rain is expected to provide relief over the weekend.
Hot, dry conditions are creating ideal conditions for grass fires elsewhere in Juneau
The vehicle, which had been parked for several months, was totally gutted.
Alaska’s wildlands firefighters lend a hand where needed nationwide.
The fire comes as a dry week witnesses multiple grass fires.
No one was injured, but the vehicle was immolated.
The cause of the engine fire is under investigation.
No one was injured and damage was minor.
No injuries were reported but the damage is substantial at least one fire.
The fire was an accident, the investigation determined.
The damage to the roof is substantial, but no injuries occured.
A shed fire caught the roof interior of the adjoining house on fire.
“The question we’re dealing with is, why would someone burn senior citizen’s property or automobiles.”
No injuries occured, but the house was badly damaged.
Many organizations recommend checking smoke alarm batteries when clocks change.
Workers attempting to remove a lift gate open accidently started the fire.
Brush fire was left burning for hours with locals battling the blaze.