Michigan City’s Firefighters Respond to 5 Vacant Building Fires in 4 Hours

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 Fraud Property

Authorities in Michigan said firefighters in Flint responded to five fires at vacant buildings during 4-hour span over the weekend. The fires on the city’s east side were reported Saturday night. Other area departments assisted in extinguishing the blazes. Two fires were at commercial structures and three were at residential buildings. One person was injured in a fire that destroyed a home that may have been occupied by squatters. Fires at vacant buildings in Flint have been a significant problem that has strained firefighters. On July 4-5, crews responded to eight suspected arsons at abandoned homes.


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