Fire Causes Evacuation in Diamond Terrace Condos

Posted on October 2, 2009 | by Denny Oh

Last night, 13 condos in downtown San Diego’s Diamond Terrace(located at 427 9th Ave) highrise were flooded by the fire sprinklers.  Apparently someone was using a heater(I’m assuming a space heater and not the condo’s heater) and placed it too close to the closet.  The ensuing fire triggered the sprinklers and 13 condos were evacuated.  According the CBS 8 News, no one was injured, but I’m sure a lot of people weren’t too happy.

I wonder why someone was using a heater?  It’s not even cold in San Diego!  Well, I’m glad no one got hurt and it’s good to know Diamond Terrace’s fire sprinklers work.

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  1. Keahi Pelayo says:

    Good thing the whole thing didn’t go up!
    Aloha,
    Keahi

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