Riverside Fire Department

Collette Incident



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Incident Name: Collette Incident

Date Reported: 5/19/2022

Time Reported: 2121 Hours

Incident Location: 10606 Collette Ave

Ward #: Ward 6 Perry

Type of Incident: Multi-Family Dwelling Structure Fire

Incident Number: RIV #22-16717

Control Time: 05/19/2022 at 2139 Hours

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Displaced Persons: 20

Loss: $200,000

Save: $500,000

Cause:

  • Unintentional
  • Evacuations: 20

    Evacuation Comments: 4 Apartment Units



    Resources Assigned


    Chief Officer(s): 2

    Engine Companies: 4

    Truck Companies: 1

    Squad(s): 1

    Ambulance(s): 1

    Firefighter(s): 18

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    Current Situation


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    The City of Riverside Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire in a mult-family apartment at Collette and Hole.  Upon arrival, fire personnel found a working fire in an upstairs apartment unit in a 4 unit building.  All residents had safely evacuated prior to fire department arrival.  Firefighters performed an aggressive fire attack and contained fire damage to one apartment unit.  Water damage was sustained in the apartment below the fire room.  Red Cross was requested to assist with 20 displaced residents.   An investigation was conducted and the cause was determined to be the result of plastic-ware being stored inside an oven.  The oven was accidentally turned on and the contents caught fire.  There were no reported injuries to the residents or firefighters.  Two Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergencies (SAVE) cards were issued to the residents whose homes sustained fire and water damage.  


    Assisting Aid Agencies


  • AMR

  • Incident Commander: Battalion Chief Pat Hopkins

    Prepared By: Battalion Chief Pat Hopkins

    Date / Time Posted: 05/19/2022 0011

    Information Center: 951.826.5321