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Chattanooga, Tenn. -- Two women narrowly escaped serious injuries this morning when fire broke out in their home. The Chattanooga Fire Department received the alarm shortly before 9:00 this morning and responded to 4615 Old Mission Road with five fire companies. Captain Keith Liles with Squad 13 said smoke and flames were coming out the front window and front door when the first firefighters arrived on the scene. Both of the occupants were already outside.

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Chattanooga, Tenn. -- One person was injured when fire broke out in a duplex last night in East Lake. The Chattanooga Fire Department received the alarm at 11:53 Wednesday night and responded to the 4800 block of General Thomas Boulevard with several fire companies. When the first firefighters arrived on the scene, Captain Chris Cordes with Engine 9 said a significant fire was located in the kitchen in Apartment A.

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Chattanooga, Tenn. -- At 4:16 this morning, Chattanooga firefighters were dispatched to 1107 O’Grady Drive to a house fire with parties inside. Chattanooga police officers were the first on the scene and had already entered the house. Captain Tim Zink and his firefighters with Squad 20 arrived at the house soon after and entered the structure in rescue mode. Captain Zink said the fire was spotted on the front of the home near the electrical meter, and spreading up to the soffett and attic.

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Chattanooga, Tenn. -- At 10:28 this morning, Chattanooga firefighters responded to a house fire at 1921 E. 34th Street. Upon arrival, Captain Chris Cordes with Engine 9 said the fire started in or behind the breaker box. The firefighters managed to get the fire out in roughly 15 minutes, containing it to one room.

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On 01/10/18 at 8:20pm, Chattanooga Fire Department was called to respond to 1819 E. 26th Street on a reported structure fire. During their response they were notified that the structure was a large shed but that the fire had also extended to a house sitting close to it (1817 E. 26th St.) The fire had also spread to surrounding shrubs and trees. Upon arrival, several crews began a fire attack on the shed and trees from one side and other fire crews set up exposure protection on the other side. Meanwhile, more crews entered the exposed residence at 1817 E. 26th St. and determined that fire was on the second floor and in the attic. After a primary search of the residence, firefighters were quickly able to bring the fire under control and as well as the shed and tree fire.

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