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Phoenix Fire | Phoenix Department Largest Response To Date: Multiple recycling facilities and commercial structures were burned on Saturday in West Phoenix, endangering nearby houses, and burning the sky in flames and smoke, by massive fire that caused the “largest response” in Phoenix history. The fire starts about  12:30 p.m. on Saturday, said Phoenix Fire Department spokesman Todd Keller.

Phoenix Fire | Phoenix Department Largest Response To Date

Phoenix Fire

Incident Briefings 

The fire upgrades into a Type 1 fire at around 15:30 p.m. and reaches five commercial structures with multiple recycling yards. Approximately 200 firefighters worked on the fire Saturday afternoon between 10 agencies.

According to the Arizona Public Service electrical outage map, about 800 customers also affects by a power failure in the area of the fire. Keller said that one firefighter hospitalizes in a stable state with a lesser extremity.

As he had no more information on the wound. Hence Authorities at the scene worried that the fire might spread to homes if the wind shifts. Police officers from Phoenix evacuated local people on the scene. Authorities on the scene concerned that fire could spread to homes if the wind shifted. On the scene were Phoenix police officers evacuating local residents. On Saturday afternoon, Keller said businesses were evacuated in the area.

Keller said the fire crews were using fire ladders. “We are standing upright, so with our ladder-pipes, we will hit the fire higher,” said Keller.

As he also told Phoenix Fire Officers on Saturday. So as an afternoon to assess the fire’s environmental effects.

So residents of the area and viewers from all over the valley stood on nearby roads to watch.

Phoenix’s Watchers

Therefore residents of the area and viewers from all over the valley stood on nearby roads to watch.  As she stopped at the fire scene for about 20 minutes after seeing how close the fire to her workplace, a close warehouse, was Alicia Sylvester, a student of Arizona State University and living in Phoenix.

As We have all sorts of worry about it. So we have had people on our side to ask, ‘Oh, how about that?’ To The Republic of Arizona, a member of the TODAY Network of the USA. About 30 cars pulled over to learn more about the fire, she said. A bunch of people from the surrounding neighborhoods had gathered to determine what to do, she explained. As fire  “containing” in the afternoon. Once the fire is under control, investigators will determine the cause.

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