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Fire Engulfs Unpermitted Structure on Leilani Parkway

by Thunda

Last night, emergency responders rushed to the scene of a blazing inferno at approximately 9:09 pm, where a 1000-square-foot unpermitted structure, nestled 250 feet down a steep driveway from the roadway, was found fully engulfed in flames. The incident occurred at the address 92-8873 Leilani Parkway.

Despite the valiant efforts of all units involved, the challenging terrain and difficult access to the property posed significant hurdles in combating the fire, resulting in the total loss of the structure and its contents.

The cause of the fire remains undetermined at this stage of the investigation, with preliminary estimates suggesting a loss totaling $30,000 in damages to the property and personal belongings within.

At present, the owner of the property remains unknown, though the Hawaii Police Department (HPD) is said to be aware of the owner of the property. Additionally, the Hawaii Fire Department (HFD) has initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The swift response of emergency services undoubtedly prevented further escalation of the situation, underscoring the dedication and professionalism of the responders involved in mitigating the crisis.

As the investigation progresses, authorities urge anyone with relevant information regarding the incident to come forward and assist in the events leading up to the destructive blaze on Leilani Parkway.

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