The Honolulu Hearth Division is investigating the cause of a fireplace currently that ruined a three-bed room property in Waianae.
The lone occupant, a woman in her 30s, was able to escape the 11:30 a.m. blaze at 85-403 Pulapula Area, but the home was a full reduction. There ended up no accidents.
The approximated injury was $527,000 to the home and $30,000 to the contents, officers explained.
On the scene were being 13 models and 64 firefighters who ended up in a position to stop the hearth from spreading to neighboring homes.
Crews arrived at 11:42 a.m. to locate the solitary-story dwelling engulfed in smoke and flames. With hearth capturing out of every single portion of the structure, the back of the house collapsed and firefighters began doing the job in a defensive mode, making use of hand lines and a deck gun, soon after securing a h2o source, officers mentioned.
In the meantime, a look for of the home verified no 1 was inside. The occupant instructed firefighters that following she fled her very own house, she warned her neighbors.
The office mentioned firefighters prevented the fireplace from spreading to two adjacent qualities, but there was publicity damage to a single of the neighboring qualities.
Officials mentioned they couldn’t determine if smoke alarms ended up in the house, but there was no sprinkler program.
The blaze was below management at 12:03 p.m. and extinguished at 12:53 p.m., the office explained.