Kronenwetter House Fire 9-14-17

A house fire was resported at the area of 2300 Sunny Meadow Drive in the Village of Kronenwetter.

No one was home at the time of the fire. A dog was reported to be rescued.
Heavy smoke and flames near the garage area of the home, Smoke could be seen from as far away as D.C. Everest High School.

Witness on scene says they heard an explosion the cause of the fire is still unknown and being investigated.

No injuries were reported.

Multiple departments including Kronenwetter fire and police, Mosinee fire, Riverside fire, Everest Metro police and Marathon County Sheriff responded to the scene.

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Green Bay – Structure Fire 8-21-16

Information From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department

Incident Details

Incident Date: 8/21/2016
Incident Type: Structure fire
Incident Address: 10xx Main St.
Incident Time: 20:56
Incident Description: The 1001 club occupied the first floor and the second floor was broken up into several different apartments that were vacant.
Cause of Fire: Under investigation by Green Bay Metro Fire Marshals
Origin of Fire: Fire was found in rear apartment and extended to rear storage area.
Estimated Dollar Loss: $100,000
Injuries: 1 civilian was transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation.
Number of People Displaced: 0

Additional Information: The 1001 club was not open for business when the fire started. The business was a Bar/Restaurant. Smoke damage was sustained throughout the building.
The building itself was built in 1905. It had been renovated multiple times and had several additions. This made firefighting difficult with hidden void spaces and a challenging layout.

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Green Bay – Structure Fire 7-19-16

Information From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department  Battalion Chief Drew Spielman

Incident Date: 7/19/2016
Incident Type: Structure Fire
Incident Address: 4xx S Broadway
Incident Time: 4:30PM
Incident Description: Fire in a commercial structure.
Cause of Fire: Under investigation by Fire Marshal Office
Origin of Fire: Near a paint booth.
Estimated Dollar Loss: $300,000
Injuries: 2 Civilians transported for observation
Number of People Displaced: 0

Additional Information: Fire crews were dispatched to 4xx S Broadway for the report of a fire in a spray booth. On arrival crews found heavy fire coming from a single story commercial structure. Crews performed an exterior defensive attack due to the roof caving in. The building housed various paints and lacquers. The Green Bay Fire Haz-Mat team was called to assist with run off and determine if materials were hazardous. Working with Green Bay Public Works it was determined that the run off was nonhazardous and posed no environmental hazard. Green Bay utilized the MABAS system and received help form DePere, Ashwaubenon, and Bellevue. Two workers were transported for observation and released from an area hospital. Crews remained on scene for nearly 4 hours.

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