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Cause of townhouse blaze in Ewa Beach still unknown

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 18, 2014

~~<p>City fire investigators say they still don't know what caused a three-alarm fire that spread through an Ewa Beach townhouse apartment complex nearly two weeks ago.</p>
<p>However, the Hono&shy;lulu Fire Department's investigation into the June 6 blaze, at 91-613 Kuilioloa Place, traced its origin to the patio area of a ground-floor unit, department spokes&shy;man David Jen&shy;kins said Tuesday. The fire, which had displaced 19 people, caused an estimated $750,000 in total damage to two buildings and their contents, Jenkins said.</p>
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City fire investigators say they still don't know what caused a three-alarm fire that spread through an Ewa Beach townhouse apartment complex nearly two weeks ago.

However, the Hono­lulu Fire Department's investigation into the June 6 blaze, at 91-613 Kuilioloa Place, traced its origin to the patio area of a ground-floor unit, department spokes­man David Jen­kins said Tuesday. The fire, which had displaced 19 people, caused an estimated $750,000 in total damage to two buildings and their contents, Jenkins said. Login for more...



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