ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Fire crews responded to the scene of a fire near Sixth Street and Haines Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, Apr. 11. Albuquerque Fire Rescue posted just after 1:30 p.m. stating that the fire is now under control.

AFR says, “Crews are working on putting out hotspots. There was a collapse on the south side of the structure. No injuries reported. Crews will remain on scene.” The cause of the fire is unknown and is currently being investigated.

Commercial Structure Fire

  • Start Date: Tuesday, Apr. 11, 2023
  • Location: 1803 Sixth Street northwest, near Haines Avenue in downtown Albuquerque
  • Containment: 100%
  • Size: NA
  • Structures Threatened: Yes
  • Structures Burned: 1803 Sixth Street northwest
  • Evacuations: None
  • Cause: Unknown
  • Total Personnel: 13 initial units. An extra ladder and two additional units were requested. 15 units total from Albuquerque Fire Rescue.
  • Area Vegetation: NA
  • Ownership: NA
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