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    Inspector Brian Ellis of the Kennewick Fire Department gives a briefing about an early morning fire that damaged a house undergoing renovation in the 3900 block of South Zillah Street in Kennewick. The single-story home was heavily damaged and flames threatened a neighboring house before the blaze was extinguished. Investigators from the Kennewick Police Department and Kennewick Fire Department later sifted through the charred debris searching for a cause. No injuries were reported.

Inspector Brian Ellis of the Kennewick Fire Department gives a briefing about an early morning fire that damaged a house undergoing renovation in the 3900 block of South Zillah Street in Kennewick. The single-story home was heavily damaged and flames threatened a neighboring house before the blaze was extinguished. Investigators from the Kennewick Police Department and Kennewick Fire Department later sifted through the charred debris searching for a cause. No injuries were reported. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Inspector Brian Ellis of the Kennewick Fire Department gives a briefing about an early morning fire that damaged a house undergoing renovation in the 3900 block of South Zillah Street in Kennewick. The single-story home was heavily damaged and flames threatened a neighboring house before the blaze was extinguished. Investigators from the Kennewick Police Department and Kennewick Fire Department later sifted through the charred debris searching for a cause. No injuries were reported. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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UPDATED April 26, 2016 01:38 PM

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