House fire in northwest Reno knocked down
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -6:25 P.M. UPDATE: A fire in a northwest Reno home Friday afternoon started in a bathroom exhaust fan, the Reno Fire Department said.
Firefighters had to pull out the ceiling to make sure the fire did not spread and the fire also burned a hole in the roof.
The home in the 3200 block of Green River Drive is not livable until it is repaired. The fire displaced four people who are living with family.
Four fire engines and one truck responded with 26 total personnel.
4:30 P.M. UPDATE: The Reno Fire Department reports the fire has been knocked down.
ORIGINAL STORY: The Reno Fire Department responded to a fire in a two-story home in northwest Reno near Kings Row.
It asks people to stay out of the area in the 3200 block of Green River Drive and to watch for emergency vehicles.
The fire was reported at about 3:47 p.m.
KOLO 8 News Now has a crew en route and will provide updates when available.
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