ATF: Cause of Glendale (CO) Fire at Construction Site Undetermined

12/24/2013
About ten days after a fire, and after five days of investigation by a federal agency, the cause of a fire at a Glendale construction site is still "undetermined." More tests will need to be done if the fire was an accident or arson, reports TheDenverChannel.com. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is leading the investigation of the Dec. 14 fire at 801 S. Cherry St. in Glendale. That federal agency is responsible for investigating fires and arsons. Although five days of examination and interviews have failed to lead investigators to determine a cause, ATF spokesman Special Agent Bradley Beyersdorf says the work will continue. "The factors resulting in ...

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