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Colorado Springs firefighters respond to heavy house fire


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Saturday night, Colorado Springs Firefighters responded to a house fire at 4523 Misty Drive, which is in Northeast in Colorado Springs. At first, heavy smoke was billowing out of the garage and front of the home. The heavy smoke soon turned into large flames, as the fire pushed through the house and roof.


The Colorado Springs Fire Department's Engine 10 was on the scene and extinguished the flames. No injuries are reported and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Kerjan Donovan

Kerjan is the weekend morning anchor and reporter for KRDO. Learn more about Kerjan here



  1. Journalism at its best…… first a “heavy house fire” so there was a fire in an overweight house?” Second, why are there pictures of two different houses? So now every news story KRDO is just gonna pull some file photo that has nothing to do with the story? Did these people actually get a degree (in anything?).

      1. Good memory, and what a story! It certainly might explain the cause of the fire and the fact that it was “heavy” fire.

    1. The second picture, also from the CSPD PIO Twitter feed, was of a fire at 2518 Fairview Circle, that happened a few hours earlier.

    2. I think the author must be new to KRDO. She’s the same one who stated in another story that the 1800 block of North Academy Blvd is NEAR North Academy Blvd.

    3. Come to think of it, she’ll fit in very well with the weekend crew at KRDO.
      Her bio says she graduated and was a cheerleader at the University of Southern California.

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