Investigator: Spokane Valley fire started at homeless camp
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — A Spokane Valley fire started at a homeless camp Sunday evening, according to fire investigators.
People reported seeing smoke and flames near the Trent and Hough intersection sometime after 7 p.m. Firefighters quickly got the scene under control and prevented anyone from getting injured.
The investigator on scene told KXLY4 that he believes the fire started at a homeless camp that is known to be in that area, near the railroad tracks.
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