Grease fire quickly put down at Krispy Kreme, minor damage and no injuries reported
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Spokane Valley firefighters put down a grease fire that erupted at Krispy Kreme Tuesday night.
According to fire officials, several people called 911 and reported a oil fire—the manager was quick to apply fire extinguishers on the flames and had mostly contained it by the time fire crews arrived.
Smoke filled the building but was filtered out by high-pressure fans.
No one was injured and damage to the inside of the donut shop was kept to a minimum. The doughnut chain will be closed Wednesday. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
Spokane Valley Fire Department urges folks to remember that grease fryers can happen in your own home, too—they want to remind you to always keep a lid nearby when you are cooking. If a small grease fire starts in a pan, drop a lid on it to smother the flames, turn off the burner and do not move the pan.
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