Kirsten Beaman, rural development employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, documents the fire damaged duplex at 1280 Hazel Ave. on Friday morning in Benton City. The duplex caught fire Thursday night and displaced two families from the federally subsidized Cherryhill Villas farmworker housing project. Officials estimate the damage at $250,000. No one was injured. One family was relocated to a vacant unit in the 48-unit complex. The cause is still under investigation.
Kirsten Beaman, rural development employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, documents the fire damaged duplex at 1280 Hazel Ave. on Friday morning in Benton City. The duplex caught fire Thursday night and displaced two families from the federally subsidized Cherryhill Villas farmworker housing project. Officials estimate the damage at $250,000. No one was injured. One family was relocated to a vacant unit in the 48-unit complex. The cause is still under investigation. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Kirsten Beaman, rural development employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, documents the fire damaged duplex at 1280 Hazel Ave. on Friday morning in Benton City. The duplex caught fire Thursday night and displaced two families from the federally subsidized Cherryhill Villas farmworker housing project. Officials estimate the damage at $250,000. No one was injured. One family was relocated to a vacant unit in the 48-unit complex. The cause is still under investigation. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Duplex fire under investigation in Benton City

April 15, 2016 05:27 PM

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