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HOTEL FIRE NEW JOURNAL-96
 

Fire hits Radisson Hotel in Hyannis

HYANNIS - Guests at the Radisson Hotel were forced into the street Friday morning after a fire broke out in one of the rooms.

The call came in just before 8 a.m. and smoke and flames poured out of the room for a time until firefighters knocked it down.

Smoke wafted through the hotel and had to be ventilated. Within 15 minutes firefighters had put out the fire and were searching for any remaining embers. They also searched for victims, room by room, throughout the wing and vented the smoke outside.

The room of origin, on right, was reportedly unoccupied at the time and no injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

Firefighters Rescue Woman From Burning Hotel

More than 60 people were evacuated from America's Best Inn safely after a fire broke out in a kitchen.

A woman was trapped by smoke in a second-floor room, fire officials said. Smoke could be seen coming from two different exits. Firefighters raised a ladder and pulled the woman from a window.

"They were saying, 'Fire, fire,'" Carol Smith said. "I was telling my kids to just be calm. So when I saw the smoke getting heavier, I ran to the other exit. The smoke wouldn't let me out."

The Miami-Dade County Fire Department said, if not for the fast and heavy response, the situation could have escalated.

Firefighters said they think the fire started in a small lobby kitchen area. A toaster and microwave oven were nearby.

The American Red Cross arrived to the hotel to help provide assistance in finding the displaced guests a room for the night. They will be put up in a hotel across the street.


 

.Fire At Airport Hotel Displaces Guests
NORTHWEST MIAMI-

Dozens of hotel guests were evacuated Friday night when a fire broke out at the Airport West Motor Inn near Doral.

The fire broke out in a breakfast room area of the hotel and smoke quickly filled several parts of the building. No one was injured but hotel guests were seen standing outside, some of them in their pajamas. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the hotel at 7330 Northwest 36th Street.

The Red Cross is placing the guests in different area hotels because the building is uninhabitable.

The cause of the fire is under investigation

 

Last Updated: 28/12/2007 15:43
Roscommon hotel fire under control

A fire which broke out early this morning at the Royal Hotel in Roscommon town has been brought under control.

No-one was injured in the blaze which was attended by firefighters from Roscommon and Longford at around 8am this morning. However the building has sustained serious damage.

Gardaí said the fire brigade is due to leave the scene shortly.

The hotel and a number of surrounding buildings were evacuated during the blaze. Access to the Main Street was restricted and the area was closed to traffic.

A garda spokesman confirmed they are not treating the fire as suspicious. It is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault

Fire destroys Alberta hotel

Published: Tuesday, January 01, 2008
EDMONTON -- Redwater, Alta. lost one of its landmarks Sunday night when the Redwater Hotel was destroyed in a fire.

The blaze was reported around 7:30 p.m. local time when a passerby noticed smoke coming from the two-storey structure in Redwater, 68 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.

Local firefighters arrived a short time later to find the hotel bar on the first floor engulfed in flames, which then quickly consumed the rest of the building.

It was tough fighting it because the building was constructed in 1950," said fire chief Andy Makowsky. "It was all wood, and due to the vintage of it, there were different fire codes back then."

Makowsky said the Redwater Hotel was the biggest building of its era in town. Besides the bar, the ground floor also housed a popular restaurant, while the hotel's suites were on the second floor.

There were no injuries in the blaze, which is now under investigation. The bar was closed at the time.

Redwater town manager Ray Reid said the hotel's destruction shocked and saddened the town of 2,200 residents.

"Lots of people have fond memories of the hotel," he said. "People are talking about it today, recalling events in the past that took place there. I talked to one woman whose father had helped build it."

An estimate on the cost of damages has not been released.

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