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A small fire broke out Thursday at a shed in the backyard of a residence on the 200 block of E. Bates Street, according to a Mesa Fire Department spokesman.
An 80-year-old east Mesa resident was left homeless after his house caught fire Sunday afternoon. Mesa fire crews received a call at 1:15 p.m. about smoke emanating from a backyard tree at 1657 E. Sixth Ave. on the southwest corner of Sixth Avenue and Williams.
More than 50 firefighters battled a blaze that destroyed a large two-story home in Mesa Tuesday.
A late-night fire Monday displaced four adults and five children who were living in a condominium in Mesa.
Three families were displaced Tuesday after a fire destroyed a Mesa apartment.
A fire that may have started in a Mesa family's carport spread to parts of the house, leaving the husband and wife without a place to stay late Saturday night.
A single story house on the 500 block of W. 2nd Place was demolished by flames Thursday afternoon, said Mesa Fire Department spokesman Fernando Valenzuela.
A Mesa home was destroyed by a fire early Friday, hours after two boys using a slide projector to read in the basement fell asleep, causing the heat from the projector to ignite a couch.
At least 50 firefighters battled a blaze at a Mesa apartment complex Friday afternoon, but the building was destroyed.
Fire destroyed an unoccupied mobile home in Mesa Thursday.
Flames spread from one house to another Friday in Mesa and caused $375,000 in damage to both, a fire official said. Shortly after 1 p.m., a fire spread from the porch to the attic in a single-story home in the 400 block of East Franklin Avenue. Of its 11 residents, two were home and evacuated safely.
A man was found dead inside a burning house in Mesa on Monday.
The Mesa Fire Department is investigating the cause of a blaze Tuesday that destroyed a home near Brown and Power roads.
About 35 Mesa firefighters responded today to a fire at a 7-Eleven store at Horne and Brown Road.
A fire destroyed a 2,000 square-foot home Friday. Capt. Jeff Stieber, a Mesa Fire Department spokesman, said no one was injured and there is no immediate known cause for the blaze at 10057 E. Pampa Ave, near Crismon and Guadalupe roads.
A fire that began on a stove erupted into a blaze that damaged eight apartments in southwest Mesa Wednesday evening, city fire officials said.
An east Mesa home was destroyed by a fire on Thursday and its cause remains under investigation.
An early morning fire in Mesa displaced a family of three on Sunday.
It took 50 firefighters about a half hour to put out a blaze Friday afternoon in Mesa that was started by a child playing with matches or a cigarette lighter at a condominium complex, according to officials.
A burglar fired a shot at a Mesa fire inspector who was trying to get his license plate Friday. The inspector, who was not injured, was driving in the area of Brown and Gilbert roads at 4:30 a.m. when he spotted a man coming out of a real estate office carrying what appeared to be a television set, said Jerry Gissel, a Mesa police spokesman.
Mesa Fire Department resources on the city’s west side were spread thin late Sunday as crews responded to six fires were within an hour, including one inside a vacant home.
A Mesa woman was in critical condition — with third-degree burns to 27 percent of her body — from a house fire Easter morning, officials said.
A woman was taken to the hospital Monday night after suffering burns to her face during a Mesa house fire.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is now involved with the Mesa Fire Department in an ongoing investigation of a fire inside an airplane storage hangar at Mesa’s Falcon Field where firearms and ammunition was discovered, according to a Mesa Fire spokesman.
More than 60 percent of Mesa’s highest-paid employees are in the police and fire departments, some landing there because of overtime. Among the top 100 salaries, 32 police and 29 fire department employees earned more than $100,000 each in 2007.