Published June 18, 2022, 1815 PT, Saturday
On Friday, June 17, 2022, at around 0330 hours, firefighters from the Las Vegas Fire Rescue (Clark County), Nevada to a two-story structure fire in the 3300 block of Crystal Tower Street. It was contained within 30-minutes to the garage and reported to be out.
Firefighters would again be dispatched to the same residence for a rekindle fire, where the fire was not originally out during the first fire response and starts up again. This occurred and it was deemed the fire started in the garage and spread to the vehicles in the garage and in the driveway up to both floors of the structure.
The original cause of the fire is unknown but local Fire Officials are investigating.
Units assigned were B4, AR1, E47, T7, E45, EMS1, B10, R47, E28, E107, R45, and E42.
The second time units responded to the same address where the structure fire was burning again had extended into the attic just after 0700 hours, Command reported they were in defensive operations as the heavy fire was now between floors one and two, in the attic, and water on the fire. They were busy with a fire attack. No injuries were reported at this time.
There were seven adults and four children displaced by the fire, and the American Red Cross is assisting them with basic necessities and additional support.
All-in-all, there were several occupiers and a firefighter who were transported to a local nearby hospital for treatment and out of precaution.
About the Fire Building — 2,434 square feet, built-in 2000, is a two-story 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with a two-car attached garage, front formal living room with vaulted ceilings. The home has a sprinkler system and underground utilities. According to Zillow, the home is estimated to be valued at $609,600. It was last up for sale on July 31, 2020, but the listing was removed in September of that same year.
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