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Investigators have determined that two fires that occurred right down the street from one another were intentionally set.

First, CFD was called to a shed fire in the 4000 block of Dodds Avenue around 4:20 AM Sunday.

They found the burning shed and as they started working to extinguish the blaze, Chattanooga police officers alerted the crews that there was also a house fire nearby in the 4200 block of Dodds Avenue, two blocks away.

Firefighters found flames coming out of the back of the vacant house on Dodds. We worked to get everything out at both locations.

Investigators believe the arson cases are connected.

No injuries were reported.

Anyone with information on the suspicious fires is asked to call the Chattanooga Fire Department at 423-643-5600.

Dodds Ave arsons 2

Dodds Ave arsons 1

Chattanooga firefighters successfully prevented flames from spreading as they tackled a second alarm blaze at the Hamilton Pointe Apartments on East Brainerd Rd.

It happened around 4:45 PM Saturday and the entire 1800 building was destroyed.

The fire appears to have started in a lower unit and spread to the rest of the building.

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The Chattanooga Fire Department is highlighting the importance of Fire Prevention Week to increase fire safety and get families talking about the steps they can take to protect each other in the event of a fire.

Fire Marshal William Matlock was joined by Mayor Andy Berke on Monday at the Fireman's Fountain to mark the start of the annual national observation. 

The theme for Fire Prevention Week 2019 is “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!”

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Five children and an adult safely escaped their burning home in the 5500 block of O’Leary Street.

Smoke was visible from the roof when CFD's crews arrived. They determined that all of the residents were out of the home and accounted for.

Firefighters made an interior attack and extinguished the fire. There was heavy smoke and heat damage to the interior.

The Red Cross was on scene to assist one adult and five children, ranging in age from 2-13.

Q14, E9, E1, L1, S1 HCEMS and CPD were on scene.

oleary fire pic

Our crews have extinguished a fire at a vacant building on Bonny Oaks Drive.

We were called to the structure in the 6000 block around 4:45 PM.

It used to be Walt’s Restaurant and then AJ’s before it closed.

walts fire

CFD arrived on scene and found heavy smoke coming from the front side of the building.

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