Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-06-16 01:30:00 –
Hawaii County firefighters responded today to Pahoa’s home, which was 95% in flames upon arrival.
The call arrived at 9:48 am and the first unit arrived at 15-2824 Rye Street at 9:54 am.
According to the fire department, post-and-pier houses 30 feet x 40 feet high and 8 feet high were known to be inhabited by squatters, but no one was found on site or in the house. It was.
The height of the house and its poorly maintained garden made it difficult for firefighters to access.
The fire was controlled at 10:15 am and extinguished at 11:30 am.
A total of 14 firefighters from 9 units responded.
A medium-sized residential structure was destroyed and the loss was estimated at $ 150,000.
The fire department said in a news release that nearby homes and surrounding trees and brushes were under threat of heat and fire.
The cause is under investigation.
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