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Photo by Wesley Whistle

Thanks to Wesley and everyone else who messaged: “fire on 12th between T and U. Fire and police moved quickly to get there.”

DCFD reports: “Working Fire 1900 block 12th St NW. Fire rear ground floor level 4 story occupied apartment building. Fire is knocked down. Checking for extension on interior first @ second floors. No injuries.” Read More

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Thanks to Lisa for sharing:

“Early Sunday morning (Jan 5, 2020), a fire gutted a duplex row house in the 400 block of Madison St. NE, displacing a family of 8 who have lost everything.

The family is stable and recovering. Matriarch of the family, Mrs. Caviness-Bey sustained 2nd degree burns to her face and arm and broke her wrist and pelvis when she jumped from the second floor bedroom nearly escaping the fire after dropping her 2 year old grandson out the window to safety. The other two granddaughters ages 14 and 7 are also doing well and were able to get out the front door escaping the fire. The family dog was found safe, and is now being cared for by a neighbor.

ANC 4B09 Commissioner LaRoya Huff has organized a Donation Drive, to take place on Wednesday, January 8th from 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Riggs-LaSalle Recreation Center. They are working with the family to determine next-steps as regards setting up a GoFundMe account as well.

CLOTHING and NECESSITIES DONATION DRIVE FOR THE FAMILY: Read More

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Fire on the Hill

Jean reports: “Fire on Hill at 3rd and Penn SE.”

From DCFD:

“Update Working Fire 300 block Pa. Ave SE. Fire 2nd floor knocked down. Checking for extension in fire building & adjacent structures. No injuries.”

DCFD has video: Read More

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Photo by Yannick Shamamba

Update 6:25pm:

“Red Line Delay: Trains are single tracking between Van Ness & Friendship Heights due to a track problem outside Van Ness. Expect delays in both directions.”

UPDATE 6:08pm from Alert DC:

“FEMS reports the fire activity has cleared. WMATA reports trains are no longer single tracking, and normal operation has resumed. Residual delays continue in both directions.” Read More

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