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Firefighters Sent to Wrong House Before Finding Fire

Firefighters Sent to Wrong House Before Finding Fire



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(KSL News) Firefighters had problems locating a house fire today because they were given the wrong address. A newspaper delivery person noticed the fire this morning and called 911. Unfortunately his information wasn't correct.

Firefighters Sent to Wrong House Before Finding Fire

Dennis McKone with the Salt Lake City Fire Department said, "First came in at 562 South 900 West, a little excitement on the part of the caller in. We sent our crews over there. In between that time we arrived we got the corrected address of 562 South 900 East."

Everyone inside the house was able to get out safely. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Damage is estimated at $15,000.

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