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Honolulu high-rise fire caused estimated $100M in damage

HONOLULU (AP) — Officials say a deadly fire in a Honolulu high-rise apartment building caused an estimated $100 million or more in damage. Honolulu Fire Captain David Jenkins said Tuesday the blaze..
Seattle Times

Fire department IDs unit where Honolulu high-rise fire began

*By The Canadian Press* HONOLULU — Fire investigators said Monday the apartment where a deadly fire began in a Honolulu high-rise was near the two units on the 26th floor where the bodies of three..
CJME Also reported by •Seattle Times

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News video: Honolulu high-rise fire kills three, including mother and son

Honolulu high-rise fire kills three, including mother and son 00:42

Three people were killed in a fire that broke out in the Marco Polo highrise in Honolulu on Friday, including a mother and her adult son. At least 12 others were injured. The building was constructed..
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News video: Three dead in Honolulu high-rise fire, mayor says

Three dead in Honolulu high-rise fire, mayor says

At least three people were killed Friday in a massive fire at a Honolulu high-rise, the city's mayor, Kirk Caldwell, said.
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News video: Honolulu High-Rise Fire Latest

Honolulu High-Rise Fire Latest 01:16

At least three people died and 12 were injured Friday in a fire at a Honolulu high-rise that was not equipped with sprinklers, authorities said, and hundreds fled the giant condominium complex as smoke..
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News video: Honolulu High-Rise Fire That Left 3 Dead Like 'Horror Movie'

Honolulu High-Rise Fire That Left 3 Dead Like 'Horror Movie' 01:35

CBS4's Brooke Silva-Braga Reports
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News video: Residents Will Be Allowed Back After Honolulu High Rise Fire

Residents Will Be Allowed Back After Honolulu High Rise Fire 00:41

A fire in a Honolulu high rise broke out Friday afternoon in a unit on the 26th floor. Three people were killed. The building known as the Marco Polo residences is not required to have fire sprinklers...
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Honolulu high-rise fire: Several residents could not hear alarms in building

A high-rise fire in Hawaii killed three people and injured dozens of others and some did not even know an inferno had broken out in the building until they opened their doors or saw firefighters..
FOXNews.com

Honolulu high-rise fire that left 3 dead like “horror movie”

Karen Hastings was in her 31st floor Honolulu apartment when she smelled smoke. She ran out to her balcony, looked down, and saw flames five floors below her.
Denver Post Also reported by •cbs4.comCJMESeattle Times

Honolulu High-Rise Fire: Another Preventable Fatal Fire

HONOLULU, July 15, 2017 : Yesterday's tragic high-rise fire is a sombering reminder that high-rise buildings without fire sprinklers place occupants and firefighters at great risk. 3 people are..
newKerala.com

Honolulu high-rise fire kills at least 3 amid reports of people trapped in apartments

At least three people died in a fire that broke out on the 26th floor of a Honolulu high-rise Friday and hundreds fled as smoke billowed from the upper floors of the giant apartment complex.
nola.com Also reported by •syracuse.com

At least three dead in Honolulu high-rise fire, official says

Firefighters battled the blaze at the Marco Polo apartments that started on the 26th floor.
USATODAY.com

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