Firefighters called to fire at Double Dragon restaurant in Kennewick

UPDATE (9:26 a.m.) — Kennewick Fire Chief Chad Michael provided more information on the early morning fire at the Double Dragon restaurant on Tuesday.

Chief Michael says fire crews from the region responded to the restaurant around 3:20 a.m. for a report of a commercial fire.

Firefighters quickly noticed fire coming from a vent on the roof, according to Chief Michael. Chief Michael says firefighters also noticed a fire in the kitchen of the restaurant.

The Kennewick Fire Department was able to put the fire out within 10 minutes of arriving to the scene.

Chief Michael says the fire damage was contained to the kitchen area of the restaurant.

The cause of the fire is being investigated.

The business did not have a fire suppression sprinkler system, or a fire detection system, according to Chief Michael.

Chief Michael says an early report of the fire saved the business from sustaining more damage.

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KENNEWICK, Wash. — Firefighters in Kennewick responded to a fire at the Double Dragon restaurant early Tuesday morning.

Kennewick Fire Chief Chad Michael posted on Twitter just before 4:00 a.m. Tuesday that firefighters responded to the restaurant on W Clearwater Ave. just west of US 395.

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Firefighters were able to put the fire out, according to Chief Michael. It’s unclear at this time what damage was caused by the fire.

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