One Side Of Duplex On Conner Street Suffers Substantial Fire Damage

Saturday, January 25, 2014
Senior Firefighter Kerrin Parker assists the occupants of the duplex by caring for their child while they retrieved personal belongings from the residence at the structure fire at 3610 Conner St.
Senior Firefighter Kerrin Parker assists the occupants of the duplex by caring for their child while they retrieved personal belongings from the residence at the structure fire at 3610 Conner St.
- photo by Battalion Chief Rick Boatwright

One side of a duplex suffered substantial damage when fire broke out early Sunday afternoon.





At 12:11 p.m., the Chattanooga Fire Department was dispatched to a reported Duplex fire at 3610 Conner St. 





Four fire companies responded and found smoke coming from one side of a single-story duplex. Companies at the scene initiated a search for occupants while another crew made a quick attack to contain the fire to the kitchen area. It was determined that no one was home at the time of the fire.

Damage to side A was estimated at $45,000. The cause of the fire has been ruled accidental by the CFD investigations division. 




The Chattanooga Fire Department was assisted by HCEMS, EPB and CPD.


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