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Photo: Aspen firefighters respond to reports of flames at a condominium near S-curves

The Aspen Volunteer Fire Department and Aspen Police responded to a call Monday morning at a condominium complex near the S-curves. A neighbor called in and reported flames, but the incident turned out to be minor. Firefighters inspected the roof, where heat tape had been the source of the issue, and reported little, if any, damage. There was a lingering electrical smell while firefighters were on scene. The condominium where the incident occurred was empty at the time and there were no injuries.
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The Aspen Volunteer Fire Department and Aspen Police responded to a call Monday morning at a condominium complex near the S-curves. A neighbor called in and reported flames, but the incident turned out to be minor. Firefighters inspected the roof, where heat tape had been the source of the issue, and reported little, if any, damage. There was a lingering electrical smell while firefighters were on scene. The condominium where the incident occurred was empty at the time and there were no injuries.


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