Brevard County Fire-Rescue responded to a fire call at an apartment building late Monday, May 13 to find that the fire sprinkler system had activated and contained the blaze that had started in the kitchen of one of the residences.
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A kitchen fire that began in an apartment Wednesday evening was eliminated by the unit’s fire sprinkler system. According to Harrisonburg Deputy Fire Marshall Arthur Miller, “If the sprinkler system wouldn’t have been there, the consequences today would have been much more extreme.… Continue Reading »
A toaster oven was to blame for the start of a fire in a deli early Sunday morning. The restaurant’s fire sprinkler system contained the fire to the area of the toaster oven, and fire crews eliminated the remaining flames. Residents who lived above the restaurant were able to come back to their homes soon after, and no injuries were reported.… Continue Reading »
The first fire occurred overnight at an occupied commercial building. The fire was confined to one room in the building, centered by a few blower fans thanks to the building’s fire sprinklers, and the business was able to continue business within a couple hours of the fire.… Continue Reading »
A fire that was reported in the early morning hours of Friday, May 3, at the Labor Department Building was eliminated before fire crews arrived thanks to the building’s fire sprinklers. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, and no injuries were reported from the fire.… Continue Reading »