Palm Bay Officer’s Alertness Helps Save Business From Catastrophic Damage

By  //  May 22, 2016

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Fire appears to have started in or at the fryers, according to Palm Bay Fire and Police Department. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Corporal Chris Richards while on routine patrol spotted smoke coming from Long Doggers restaurant at Minton and Palm Bay Road.

Cpl. Richards quickly alerted Palm Bay Fire Department.

Their response and quick team work saved the business.

Fire appears to have started in or at the fryers, according to Palm Bay Fire and Police Department.

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ABOVE MAP: Corporal Chris Richards while on routine patrol spotted smoke coming from Long Doggers restaurant at Minton and Palm Bay Road.

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Their response and quick team work saved the Long Doggers business. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)

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Their response and quick team work saved the Long Doggers business. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)

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Corporal Chris Richards while on routine patrol spotted smoke coming from Long Doggers restaurant at Minton and Palm Bay Road. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)

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Corporal Chris Richards spotted the smoke first. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)

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Fire appears to have started in or at the fryers, according to Palm Bay Fire and Police Department. (Palm Bay Police/Fire Image)


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