Fire at Palmer apartment complex impacts six units

5/29/2022 11:23:00 PM

A fire at a Palmer apartment complex impacts six units.

A fire at a Palmer apartment complex impacts six units.

A fire at a Palmer apartment complex has impacted six units.

Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - A fire at a Palmer apartment complex Saturday afternoon has impacted six units.1 hour ago A fire that blazed at an apartment building off the Palmer-Wasilla Highway was contained by Saturday evening, but not before displacing several residents, according to authorities.China's FM visits Kiribati, where fishing ground is at stake He said dry conditions are expected through Tuesday, but some moisture and even thunderstorms are possible starting Wednesday.Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The Alaska Division of Forestry is asking residents to be vigilant over the Memorial Day weekend as hot and dry conditions have led to high fire danger statewide.

The call came in around 4 p.m.m.Saturday.“The destruction these two fires caused is immeasurable and will be felt for generations,” said Leger Fernández, sponsor of a bill that would reimburse residents and businesses routed by the fire.Ken Barkley, director of the Mat-Su Borough Department of Emergency Services, says when firefighters arrived, the fire was found in two units.The Central Mat-Su and Palmer Fire Departments responded to the scene and rescued several people from apartments, Barkley said.Barkley says they made a quick interior attack and stopped it from spreading into other apartments.” The Caribou Fire in Homer is currently the state’s only staffed fire, according to Casey.

The firefighters rescued other people out of the building.The fire caused the highway to be partially blocked as of Saturday around 5 p.The intentionally set blazes, known as prescribed burns, are aimed at limiting the accumulation of timber and underbrush that, if left unattended, can fuel extremely hot and destructive wildfires.The fire was under control in about 30 minutes.No one was injured, according to Barkley., Palmer Fire & Rescue said in a social media post.Though the fire was contained to two units, water drenched four others.The two fires east of Santa Fe joined in April to form the massive blaze at the southern tip of the Rocky Mountains, in the Sangre de Cristo range.The Red Cross is assisting the families impacted..A popular nationwide campaign is.

They are not setting up a shelter but will help with temporary housing as needed.The cause of the fire is under investigation.Posted by.Investigators said the prescribed “pile burn” was initiated in January at Gallinas Canyon in the Santa Fe National Forest outside Las Vegas, New Mexico, and concluded in the final days of that month.Copyright 2022 KTUU.All rights reserved.Most Read.Michelle Lujan Grisham in a statement called the investigation results a “first step toward the federal government taking full responsibility” for the New Mexico wildfire.

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