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Sunday, January 01, 2012

Four Suspected Arson Fires in KC-MO Saturday Night into Sunday Morning

Four structure fires of suspicious origin in Kansas City MO- one in Eudora and another in Kansas City KS kept area fire departments busy News Year's Eve into New Year's morning...


The first arson fire was already reported here at CSW- a house that burned at 33rd Street and Chestnut where a male dead of a gunshot was found inside during the 11 p.m. hour.


The next fire was reported at 11:39 p.m. in the 2300 block of Topping- where a single-story house was heavily-damaged.

That fire was declared under control at 11:52 p.m. with no injuries.


Then at 12:16 a.m.- five KC-MO fire companies rolled-out to the 5000 block of Paseo where a fire in a duplex was reported.

That too was a working fire that took until 12:37 a.m. to bring under control.

No injuries there.


While the Paseo firefight was on- another house fire is reported in the 2400 block of Kensington at 12:17 a.m..

A man was injured at this fire- suffering "minor smoke inhalation" according to an EMS crew on the scene.

This fire took about 20 minutes to bring under control.


In Eudora KS- fire heavily-damaged a lived-in mobile home at the Grandview Mobile Home Park.

That incident was reported at 12:27 a.m. in the 500 block of East 10th Street.- and it took fire crews until 12:49 a.m. to get those flames "knocked down."

No injuries were reported here.


The last fire New Year's morning was in a lived-in house in Kansas City KS..

That incident was reported at 4:24 a.m. in the 1300 block of Yecker.

A basement fire burned into the first floor of the single-story residence before that fire could be controlled at 5:07 a.m..

No one was hurt here- and an investigation as to the cause was under way at last report.

1 comment:

Frances said...

When these arson fires occur at a certain area at particular days, a pattern might seem evident that the people could think that there's a serial killer around. In such a case, the fire investigators must be able to pinpoint the perpetrator in the earliest possible time.