Fire on the 14th Floor in Fresno, California

Sprinklers help contain high-rise fire

 

(ABC30)

HighRiseOps Staff

FRESNO, California – ABC30 and The Fresno Bee reported on a fire in high-rise building in downtown Fresno on Sunday.

Firefighters responded to an alarm at the Pacific Southwest building at approximately 4:00 p.m.

The fire on the 14th floor involved a storage area, according to the fire department. Sprinklers had  activated and contained the fire.

There were no reported injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Sprinklers help contain high-rise fire   HighRiseOps Staff FRESNO, California – ABC30 and The Fresno Bee reported on a fire in high-rise building in downtown Fresno on Sunday. Firefighters responded to an alarm at the Pacific Southwest building at approximately 4:00 p.m. The fire on the 14th floor involved a storage area, according to the […]

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