House Fire Closes Euclid Avenue

House Fire Closes Euclid Avenue

A Tucson street was temporarily shut down following a small house fire.

A blaze broke out at a residence on Euclid Avenue, between Broadway and 6th, on the afternoon of March 2.

The Tucson Fire Department rushed to the scene, and their firefighting efforts closed the street for several hours. Reports indicated multiple cats were inside the home at the time of the fire, and some did not survive. Firefighters had to rescue at least one feline from the home.


For updates on the fire and road conditions, please visit the official website of the Tucson Fire Department.

Follow the Tucson Fire Department on Twitter here.

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