UPDATE: House fire in 9000 block 30th SW

3:07 AM: Firefighters are arriving at a building fire reported in the 9000 block of 30th [vicinity map]. Updates to come.

(WSB photo)

3:12 AM: The building is a house. No report of injuries so far. This is about a block west of Westwood Village.

3:18 AM: The fire is reported to be under control.

3:25 AM: And now SFD reports the fire is out. Our crew at the scene is trying to confirm the status of any occupants. SFD said via X/Twitter that the “seat” of the fire was in the basement.

3:46 AM: SFD tells us the residents were at home and got out safely, confirming that no one is hurt. SFD’s investigator will determine what started the fire.

ADDED SUNDAY AFTERNOON: SFD tells us they’re not expecting to have info to release on the fire’s cause before Monday. Meantime, if you’re wondering about a tree/brush fire not far away and not long before this, we asked, but SFD spokesperson Kaila Lafferty tells us, “There is nothing in either report to indicate that the brush fire was related to the house fire.”

2 Replies to "UPDATE: House fire in 9000 block 30th SW"

  • Rhonda July 7, 2024 (3:14 am)

    Endless sirens. Strange smell in the air here in the Seola area. I had to turn our fans off and close windows. I hope it’s not a residence.  

  • Grinch July 7, 2024 (3:26 am)

    I’m over here at the scene, I see many fighter fighters and they all put out the fire but they are still trying to get in a room upstairs, all I heard was that there was a fire in the basement, I wouldn’t say it was from fireworks due to me not hearing anything but that’s from my pov.

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