Fryer fire shuts down Richmond Sonic | News | – Richmond Register

The Richmond Sonic on Big Hillside Opportunity is closed for an unidentified amount of time complying with a fire very early Tuesday morning.According to Corey Lewis

, public details policeman for the Richmond Fire Department, the phone call came in around 5:59 a.m. in reference to a fryer which caught fire at the restaurant.He claimed after systems came to the restaurant

, smoke might be seen coming from the structure. Firemans on scene were able to get to the structure and also locate the fire which they were able to isolate as well as control. Nevertheless, a great deal of smoke damage had can

be seen on the wall surfaces, ceilings and also various other locations of the restaurants kitchen.Lewis stated a staff member did use an extinguisher on the fryer, however the fire came back up and also needed additional help from the fire department to completely put out the flames.”It’s not a good day for Sonic, yet they did the appropriate point in practicing early use of an extinguisher while likewise calling the fire division for help, “Lewis said.” Because of this, they had the ability to likely limitation the amount of damage.” No injuries were reported of workers, customers or very first responders.Several agencies and also other professionals were

brought in for insurance policy objectives to aid establish what caused the fire– a guideline for commercial businesses.A detective was still on scene taking details down, as well as collaborating with the proprietor well into the afternoon.In addition, the city codes enforcement policemans and personnel with the Madison Area Wellness Division got here to establish what is needed to begin the recovery process to reopening the restaurant.Utilities were turned

off for the structure as well as Sonic icy food items are being transferred.

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