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Fire prompts evacuation of Missoula hotel

Jun 27 2007 8:33AM

Missoula, Mont. (AP) The Missoula Fire Department responded to a two-alarm fire at 12:45 this morning, at the DoubleTree-Edgewater Hotel on the Clark Fork River.

Missoula Fire Chief Tom Steenberg says the hotel was completely evacuated. He estimated 80 percent of the 171 guest rooms were occupied.

Hotel guests were allowed to return to their rooms at about 2:30 a-m.

Steenberg says the fire started in the kitchen, and spread to the ventilation system and into the roof of the building.

No injuries were reported.

The cause of the fire was determined to be an appliance, being used by the cleaning crew.

The appliance caught fire, and it spread to a small area of the ventilation system.

Damage to the Finn and Porter Restaurant, inside the hotel, was estimated at nearly 100-thousand dollars.

Hotel fire routs guests overnight

BLUE ASH -- No one was injured this morning when a dryer fire in a laundry room prompted the evacuation of the Extended Stay Hotel on Kenwood Road.

Firefighters responded to fire alarm at the hotel at 11145 Kenwood Road at 4:28 a.m., and upon arrival were advised of a fire in the laundry room, Fire Lt. Lou Ernstes said this morning.

The building sprinkler system had activated and held the fire in check, he said.The 150-200 people in the hotel were evacuated, and no one was injured, Ernstes said.

Damage, which was confined to the dryer, was estimated at $4,000

 

Columbia hotel elevator fire forces evacuation

July 3, 2007 06:14 AM

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - A fire in an elevator at the Whitney Hotel has forced an evacuation.

Officials say the fire was caused by a motor that ran hot inside the elevator electrical room, which caused a small fire.

There was someone on the elevator at the time, but they were able to get out. One person has been transported to the hospital

 

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