Fire Causes Extensive Damage To Euclid Home
At 2:56 a.m. on September 9, the Euclid Fire Department (EFD) was called to a structure fire with flames coming from the roof at 2046 East 224th St. On arrival at 3:03 a.m., it was confirmed that all occupants were out of the home. The EFD started an exterior attack and then transitioned to an interior attack after heavy fire conditions had been darkened. Firefighters battled the blaze for five hours until all the flames were extinguished, and all fire extension was stopped.
A total of 16 Euclid firefighters responded to the scene, in addition to mutual aid from firefighters in South Euclid and Richmond Heights. While there are no injuries to report, the occupants and their four pets are being assisted by the Red Cross. The cause of the fire is under investigation and damages are estimated at $135,000.
The public is reminded to have working smoke detectors and to create and practice a home escape plan.