Richland Fire trucks respond a second time Wednesday to Riverton Retirement and Assisted Living Community facility after the report of smoke from the same area of an earlier kitchen fire. Firefighters decided the smell was a lingering odor from the earlier fire, said Battalion Chief Ron Duncan with the Richland Fire Department. Duncan said a sprinkler doused the original fire caused by a pan left on a stove. No one was hurt. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
Richland Fire trucks respond a second time Wednesday to Riverton Retirement and Assisted Living Community facility after the report of smoke from the same area of an earlier kitchen fire. Firefighters decided the smell was a lingering odor from the earlier fire, said Battalion Chief Ron Duncan with the Richland Fire Department. Duncan said a sprinkler doused the original fire caused by a pan left on a stove. No one was hurt. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Richland Fire trucks respond a second time Wednesday to Riverton Retirement and Assisted Living Community facility after the report of smoke from the same area of an earlier kitchen fire. Firefighters decided the smell was a lingering odor from the earlier fire, said Battalion Chief Ron Duncan with the Richland Fire Department. Duncan said a sprinkler doused the original fire caused by a pan left on a stove. No one was hurt. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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August 31, 2016 5:01 PM

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