Oliver Fire Department responded to a “fully involved” structure fire on Earle Crescent in the early morning hours on July 14. (Black Press file photo)

Oliver Fire Department responded to a “fully involved” structure fire on Earle Crescent in the early morning hours on July 14. (Black Press file photo)

Fire breaks out in vacant house in Oliver

Structure fire on Earle Crescent required four fire trucks to extinguish

The Oliver Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Earle Crescent in the early morning hours on Sunday.

The fire broke out in a vacant house at about 2:37 a.m. on July 14, said Oliver fire chief Bob Graham.

Four fire trucks were on the scene to fight the “fully involved” structure fire, Graham said, which took about three and a half hours to fully extinguish.

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It is currently under investigation.

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Robin Grant
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