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2022 was hot for Vancouver, Clark County fire agencies

Departments saw increase in investigations, while statewide fire incidents fell

By , Columbian staff reporter
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Firefighters work at the scene as a two-alarm fire heavily damages a building May 25, 2022, at the Interstate Business Center in Hazel Dell.
Firefighters work at the scene as a two-alarm fire heavily damages a building May 25, 2022, at the Interstate Business Center in Hazel Dell. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

Despite a slight dip in the number of fires statewide, last year was a busy one for local fire agencies and the deadliest fire year in the state in the past decade.

Statewide, reporting fire agencies responded to nearly 1 million calls, of which 30,000 were for fires.

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