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Incident Name: Arlington

Date Reported: 10/15/2020

Time Reported: 2212

Incident Location: 7500 Block of Arlington

Ward #: 7

Type of Incident: Commercial Structure Fire

Incident Number: 20-30163

Control Time: 2241

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Displaced Persons:

Loss: $160,000

Save: $300,000

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  • Unintentional
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    Chief Officer(s): 1

    Engine Companies: 4

    Truck Companies: 1

    Squad(s): 1

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    Firefighter(s): 20

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    Fire Investigator(s): 1

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    Current Situation


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    The City of Riverside Fire Department responded to a report of smoke coming from a restaurant at the Thai Bay Cafe. Upon arrival we found heavy smoke coming from the gable vents and the eves in the attic. Crews made entry into the structure and was confronted with zero visibility smoke conditions. They found a working fire in the kitchen. An aggressive fire attack was initiated, however the fire and heat damaged everything inside the structure. 

    The fire investigation revealed the fire possibly started due to faulty electrical in the kitchen.

    Riverside County Health was requested to contact the owner regarding the incident during regular business hours tomorrow.


    Assisting Aid Agencies



    Incident Commander: Captain Tyler Reynolds

    Prepared By: T. Perna

    Date / Time Posted: 10/16/2020 0100

    Information Center: 951.826.5321