3-Alarm Fire Breaks Out on Nike Campus

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Portland, OR -- A 3-alarm fire broke out at the Nike campus, bringing 65 firefighters from 3 different fire departments.

The Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue sent out a press release, saying that no one was injured in the three-alarm fire.  The fire started in the Beaverton warehouse at 3:30pm on Monday, January 22.

 

When firefighters arrived, fire was venting from the sides of the roll-up doors.

The building was 25,000 square feet according to LT Ryan Stenhouse.  The fire was mainly in the middle of the warehouse.



 

The crews worked the fire for 40 minutes before calling a 2-alarm fire and then a 3-alarm fire.

It took a full hour for firefighters to search the warehouse because of all the materials on fire.  Firefighters were able to confirm that no one was inside when the fire broke out.

The news release said that the warehouse had fire alarms, but it is unknown if there were fire sprinklers.