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A Planned Parenthood clinic in Knoxville, Tennessee, burned down Friday morning after firefighters were unable to save the building.
The Knox County 911 Emergency Communications Center was alerted to a fire at approximately 6:39 a.m. and found the building “fully involved with fire through the roof,” the Knoxville Fire Department said in a Facebook post. The one-story building, which was closed for renovation, eventually had its flames put under control thanks to the nine units and 30 members KFD said it had on the scene.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The building is a total loss,” the fire department wrote on social media. “The fire is currently under investigation. Further information will be released as the investigation continues.”
Planned Parenthood released a statement on its Twitter account saying “our thoughts are with” staff, neighbors, and firefighters who responded to the fire.
“We are grateful that there were no reported injuries yet we know this is a huge loss for the PPTNM community,” the post added.
Our thoughts are with the staff, neighbors, and brave firefighters who responded to today’s fire at Planned Parenthood’s Knoxville health center. We are grateful that there were no reported injuries yet we know this is a huge loss for the PPTNM community. https://t.co/DWsBbdzIrI
— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) December 31, 2021
Knoxville’s Planned Parenthood clinic is on fire. pic.twitter.com/CNwuXfZa6Q
— Cole Sullivan (@cole_sull) December 31, 2021
Jump over to our FB page for the latest statement on the Planned Parenthood fire. pic.twitter.com/oqJuwlwjDG
— Knoxville Fire (@KnoxvilleFire) December 31, 2021
— Blake Stevens (@bstevensnews) December 31, 2021
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