Photo by and_thom
DC Fire & EMS reported: “Original call received 12:41 AM. Approximately 75 personnel with 20 pieces of equipment responded and operated on scene.”
Update 2 Alarm fire 2600 block 31st NW. Original fire structure largely collapsed with fire knocked down other than hotspots. Interior hose lines extinguishing fire in adjacent home. No injuries reported. This photo was on arrival. pic.twitter.com/aLKJlAypXP
— DC Fire and EMS (@dcfireems) February 24, 2021
“Update 2 Alarm fire 2600 block 31st NW. Original fire structure largely collapsed with fire knocked down other than hotspots. Interior hose lines extinguishing fire in adjacent home. No injuries reported. This photo was on arrival.”
Harrison Jones writes around 1am: “The massive column of fire and smoke from a multiple alarm fire in a massive single family home in NW DC is visible on radar currently.”
Many more reader photos:
photo by ekliment
Austin Stonebraker writes: “major fire in downtown dc as seen here from navy yard looking north west”
Photo by Jeff.
David writes: “took this iPhone shot of a fire in NW DC tonight. Looking northwest from Mt Vernon Triangle. Crazy smoke trail across the clear sky. Not sure on the details of the fire but hope for good news.”
Julia writes: “This was taken from a third floor window in Mt P last night at around 12:45am of the fire in Woodley Park last night. So scary to see the flames from so far away. I will be checking my smoke detectors today.”
Leah Boudreaux writes: “Last night’s fire as seen from Vermont Ave. It’s my understanding no one was badly hurt.”
Photo from Emily.
Photo by Aaron Seider.