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NEWS RELEASE 08/11/12: Portland Fire & Rescue Responds to House Fire at 9420 SW Barbur Blvd., One Victim Burned

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August 11, 2012

7:02 PM

At 5:45 pm, Portland firefighters were dispatched to a house on fire at 9420 SW Barbur Blvd. Upon arrival, fire crews found a one-story wood frame structure fully involved in flames. Portland Fire Stations 5 (Hillsdale), 10 (Burlingame) and 18 (Multnomah Village) launched an aggressive fire attack. The fire was brought under control at 6:15 pm.

An adult male was injured in the fire. He was transported Emanuel Hospital with burns and his condition is unknown at this time. No firefighters were injured during firefighting operations.

Fire investigators are currently on scene working to determine the cause of this fire and the extent of damage to the structure. Portland Fire received mutual aid from Lake Oswego Fire. A Portland Fire rehab unit also responded to the fire to provide firefighters with extra air bottles and to ensure they have access to adequate hydration due to the warm temperatures. Firefighters will remain on scene mopping up hot spots at the fire scene for several more hours.

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JESUS S

August 12, 2012 at 11:58 PM

I am the brother of the burn injured man in Barbur's fire, as well he's room mate.Just want to thank's all of the brave man and woman who respond to this fire call, they did a grate job.
Even when the house was almost gone entirely and 95% or more is ruined and we lost practicably everything , I'm always hold a warm spot in my heart for all of you, my heroes, for your grate help.

yours: Jesus

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