Officials are battling a fire at a building that is part of the Heidelberg Project in Detroit.
According to fire officials, the building is at the corner o Heidelberg and Mt. Elliott streets. it started around 6:45 a.m. and when they arrived, it was fully engulfed.
A spokesman for the fire department tells us that the building will have to be demolished. No injuries have been reported, and crews are now just putting out hot spots on the fire.
Police say a 49-year-old woman has been identified as a person of interest in the fire. She was taken into custody on an unrelated warrent. Police are investigating whether she's connected to the incident.
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Four firefighters from the city of Sterling Heights Fire Department received Valor Awards by the Hundred Club of Detroit at a special annual ceremony at Detroit Athletic Club in recognition of their
service to our community.
The Hundred Club of Detroit was founded in 1950 and has since recognized the brave first responders who continue to serve our community through public affirmation and gratitude each year with Valor Awards.
“It has been a very busy year for the Sterling Heights Fire Department, and the men and women on our department never stop impressing me with their actions,” said Fire Chief Chris Martin. ”However, on two incidents, four of our staff performed in a manner that I feel rises to the level of having those actions nominated for the Hundred Club of Detroit Valor Awards.”
Firefighters battled a blaze at Cadillac Renewable Energy for several hours during the early-morning hours on Sunday.
According to a Cadillac Fire Department press release, shortly after 2 a.m. they received what was being reported as a structure fire at Cadillac Renewable Energy on Miltner Street in the industrial park.
Upon arrival, firefighters noted heavy fire conditions in a large biomass power generation facility. All employees had safely exited the building prior to fire department arrival. At the time, there were three employees on shift. Firefighters used defensive tactics and elevated water streams to knock down the fire. Once the fire had been reduced in size and severity, conditions allowed firefighters to enter the facility and continue the extinguishment process.
Wyoming firefighters are responding to a fire at Timber Ridge Apartments.
Flames were coming from one of the units when firefighters reached the scene.
The fire eventually broke through the roof. Firefighters used an aerial truck to reach flames coming from the roof.
The fire was reported around 3:45 p.m. at Timber Ridge Apartments, just off 44th Street SW. Black smoke was visible from some distance away.