The Dale Jackson Career Center in Lewisville on Edmonds Lane was evacuated Wednesday after a fire broke out in a sawdust collection system on the south side of the building. Students and staff were all evacuated safely, according to a parent email sent out by Randall Holder, the principal of the campus. … Continue Reading »
Downingtown STEM Academy reopened last Tuesday after a Monday night fire closed the building down on Monday. The incident occurred Monday night at some point before 9 p.m., authorities said. More than 100 firefighters responded to the scene of the blaze, which was described as “small.” The fire was contained to the fume hood in the science prep room, according to Superintendent Emilie M.… Continue Reading »
An early morning fire damaged a Northeast ISD bus barn on Monday. The fire broke out around 4:30 a.m. and at one point, 25 fire units were called out to the location at the NEISD North Transportation Terminal. Fire crews say the fire started in a desk drawer within a building at the terminal.… Continue Reading »
Some local college students narrowly avoided a disaster when their apartment building almost went up in flames. A blaze broke out just after 11:30 Wednesday night in building Q at the Lion’s crossing apartments on Viaro Boulevard in State College.
Students and staff at a Fremont Montessori school were unharmed after an oven caught fire Thursday afternoon, fire officials said. Arriving crews learned that the fire was already extinguished by the sprinkler system installed above the oven and that the 60 students and staff fled the school safely, according to Fremont Fire Department spokesman Daniel Cardenas.… Continue Reading »
Justice was served regarding the fire that was intentionally set on April 15 at a learning center for children with autism. The person responsible for setting the fire with gasoline and Molotov cocktails was sentenced on Friday, November 1. Authorities say that the fire could have been much more catastrophic had it not been for the building’s fire sprinkler system, which helped eliminate the blaze.… Continue Reading »
A fire which began in the kitchen of one of Vanderbilt University’s apartment units was quickly extinguished by the building’s fire sprinkler system on the afternoon of Saturday, October 6. The suspected cause of the fire was an unattended pan on a heated stove which then ignited.… Continue Reading »