Roanoke County Fire
Vinton, Va. – UPDATE: Roanoke County Fire, destroys Vinton Music building with $100K.
Roanoke County Fire fighters said eight adults from four apartments have been displaced as a result from this fire.
Fire destroys Vinton Music building with $100K worth of instruments
Roanoke County firefighters said eight adults from four apartments were left homeless as a result of this fire.
sad quote> A fire has burnt five alarms in a multi-storey canton apartment building. Now months later, the Oklahoma City Fire Department has released the results of its investigation.
The American Red Cross has been notified to assist the displaced.
At least one cat died in the fire.
The roof of the main building collapsed, which caught fire.
The incident command was concerned that the entire building could collapse and so some units had to retreat from the building.
After several interviews and surveillance video analyses, OKCFD ruled the fire an accident. With the investigation concluded, developers are now one step closer to rebuilding the apartments.
Due to the large number of firefighting and emergency medical services personnel and equipment and also due to the possibility of a building collapse, most streets in downtown Fenton are closed and will remain closed most of the morning.
An early morning fire destroyed a music company in Fenton.
Witnesses told 10 News they were driving when they saw smoke and then a fire coming from DR Music located at the intersection of E. Lee Avenue and S. Pollard Street.
Firefighters say no one was inside when the fire started.
Donnie Ray, owner of the music store, says he’s been in business for 39 years.
He says there were $100,000 worth of machines inside the building where he also taught music lessons. Ray says the building is a complete loss.
Firefighters are investigating the cause of the fire.