1 evaluated for smoke inhalation after fire damages 2 Algoma homes

  • Source: WBAY-TV ABC 2 Green Bay
  • Published: 08/03/2021 02:12 PM

Officials say a fire in Algoma early Tuesday afternoon caused one person to be treated for smoke inhalation. According to Algoma Fire and Rescue, crews were called to a fire at Kirkland and Arlington Avenue in Algoma at about 1 p.m. Before crews arrived, officials say dispatch told them the fire had already spread to a neighboring building, and mutual aid was then requested from Kewaunee, Casco, Luxemburg and Southern Door fire departments. In addition, Kewaunee Rescue was asked to respond and help with firefighter rehab due to a primary ambulance being out on a medical call at the time of the fire, and temperatures at the time were quite warm. When crews arrived, they found both buildings were severely damaged by the fire.


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