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Fire burns two-story structure in the Ainaloa area Sunday (Oct 7)

By Hawaii 24/7 Staff

Firefighters answered a 7:12 p.m. alarm Sunday (Oct 7) to the intersection of Brookover Street and Aloha Court in Puna for a structure fire.

Crews arrived to find a two-story structure on engulfed in flames. Firefighters had the fire under control by 8:55 p.m. and it was declared out at 9:30 p.m.

There were no injuries or cause reported by fire dispatch.

4 Responses to “Fire burns two-story structure in the Ainaloa area Sunday (Oct 7)”

  1. Rhonda says:

    They reported no injuries but someone posted on facebook,had 5 dogs in the house that they heard crying and could not save themI’m just so sad and mad that someone so evil can do that! Rest in Peace Poor Fur Babies

    • Megan says:

      I live across the street and heard them crying too. They were chained up so they couldn’t go anywhere. The firefighters were able to save 1, but said he was so badly burned they didn’t know if he was gonna make it. The sounds of their cries will forever haunt me and my poor children, who are still crying about the sound 2 days later.

      • Pamela castillo says:

        Hi Megan, I am your neighbor on Sandalwood. I went to check on a friend who lives across the street from Ola. I was there when the fire trucks were there. My friend is still haunted by the cries of the dogs.

    • Pamela castillo says:

      I live no far from where the fire happened. I know the guy who lived there. Yes there was 5 innocent dogs trapped. We believe that we know who started the fire. I do not know whether the police have picked him up. I saw him walking down the road in front of my property about a week ago.


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