East 33rd Street Fire Displaces Two
SAVANNAH, GA (Saturday, July 25, 2020) – At 9:58 a.m., Saturday, July 25, the Savannah Fire Department was dispatched to a fire in the 1000 Block of East 33rd Street. Engine 8 was first on scene. They discovered fire in a kitchen dining area and quickly extinguished the blaze before it spread to other parts of the home. No one was physically injured, but the room and its contents were damaged. Power to the structure had to be cut and two people were displaced as a result. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
East 33rd Street Fire
WHAT: Savannah Firefighters prevented a fire from spreading beyond a kitchen dining area; two people were displaced
WHERE: 1000 Block of East 33rd Street
WHEN: 9:58 a.m., Saturday, July 25, 2020
About The Savannah Fire Department:
Savannah’s first fire company was organized in 1759. It became the nation’s first fully mechanized fire department in 1911. Today the Savannah Fire Department is a progressive, future-focused organization comprised of 318 professional, fully-trained career firefighters. The department operates 15 fire stations in a service area comprised of more than 108 square miles.
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Jenel Few, PIO
Savannah Fire Department