Guam – Firefighters are battling a blaze up in Dededo, the second fire of a wood and tin structure in a matter of days up north.
Guam Fire Department Spokesman Kevin Reilly reported the incident at 3 p.m. Monday but it’s not clear what time the fire started.
Reilly says it happened at a wood and tin structure along NCS road before Munoz St. in Dededo.
Although no injuries have been reported so far, neighbors did tell first responders that a man was living in the home. As of news time, The man was unaccounted for.
Last week Tuesday, a wood an tin structure went up in flames around 6 p.m. near the Ysengsong area of Dededo. A large family living in that home, including young children, has been displaced and fire investigators believe arson may be the culprit.