Firefighters extinguish small fire in 6th Avenue home in Chattanooga

Firefighters extinguish small fire in 6th Avenue home in Chattanooga

September 10th, 2019 by Staff Report in Local Regional News

Firefighters from the East Ridge and Chattanooga fire departments joined forces to quickly extinguish a fire in what appeared to be a vacant home on 6th Avenue on Tuesday night. / Photo from Chattanooga Fire Department

Photo by Chattanooga Fire Department

Firefighters from the East Ridge and Chattanooga fire departments joined forces to quickly extinguish a fire in what appeared to be a vacant home on 6th Avenue on Tuesday night. / Photo from Chattanooga Fire Department

Firefighters from the East Ridge and Chattanooga fire...

Photo by Chattanooga Fire Department

The Chattanooga and East Ridge fire departments extinguished a small blaze in a 6th Avenue home Tuesday evening.

Firefighters responded to the 3700 block of 6th Avenue to find a small fire in the window on the side of the home and were able to extinguish it in a matter of minutes, according to a Chattanooga Fire Department news release.

No one was found inside the home, which appeared to be vacant. Damage to the home was estimated at $1,000.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

— Compiled by Colin M. Stewart

 

Firefighters from the East Ridge and Chattanooga fire departments joined forces to quickly extinguish a fire in what appeared to be a vacant home on 6th Avenue on Tuesday night. / Photo from Chattanooga Fire Department

Photo by Chattanooga Fire Department

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