Small house fire put out quickly by Topeka firefighters

By Brianna Childers
Topeka Capital Journal – April 25, 2018

No one was reported injured at a small house fire located at 120 S.W. Kendall Ave.

The Topeka Fire Department responded to the incident about 9:10 p.m. Tuesday.

Shift commander Dan Macke said no one was injured, but one person and a cat exited the house after firefighters arrived on the scene. When crews arrived, they observed flames through the door and saw smoke. The fire originated in the living room and there was some smoke damage.

Macke said they were waiting on the investigator to arrive on the scene to make damage estimates and determine the cause.

Four fire engines responded to the scene. The street was blocked while firefighters worked.


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