HFD says fire at CenterPoint facility in northwest Houston now under control | Shelter-in-place lifted – KHOU.com

Hearth officers say They’re using a foam To Guarantee thOn The hearth Is completely out and Does not…….

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Hearth officers say They’re using a foam To Guarantee thOn The hearth Is completely out and Does not re-ignite.

HOUSTON — Houston firefighters say A hearth at a CenterPoint facility is now beneath administration on The metropolis’s northwest facet.

Flames and smoke are seen from Beltway 8 West. The fire was first reported at about 9:44 a.m. Friday shut to Kempwood Drive and Brittmoore Road.

Hearth officers confirmed it was a transformer that was on fire and that coolant oil is What’s burning. They are using a foam To Guarantee thOn The hearth Is completely out and Does not re-ignite.

HFD officers said the shelter-in-place order was lifted at 2:17 p.m. Friday.

Hearth officers said There’s not a menace to the group.

Houston police earlier said The hearth is electrical and is located On the Centerpoint Power facility on Kempwood.

There have been shut toly a dozen HFD automobiles On the scene, collectively with an ambulance, however no accidents have been reported Friday afternoon.

CenterPoint Power said They are going to be conducting an investigation into The rationale for The hearth at our Addicks Substation in Spring Department. 

“We want to thank first responders and emergency personnel For his or her response and assist all by way of this incident,” CenterPoint officers said a in launched assertion Friday afternoon.