A large clubhouse in Centreville, Virginia, caught fire Friday, and it took Fairfax County firefighters almost two hours to put it out.
WASHINGTON — A large fire broke out at a clubhouse in Fairfax County Friday night.
It happened on the 5400 block of Calamint Court in Centreville around 8:30 p.m. Fairfax County firefighters arrived to find a large-volume fire. It took about two hours to fully contain the fire.
A Fairfax County Fire and Rescue spokesman said that a small gas-bed fire continued to burn. Washington Gas came and turned of an underground gas valve, upon which firefighters were then able extinguish the rest of the fire.
Units on scene of large club house fire in 5400 block of Calamint Court. Large crowds are gathering. Please be sure to keep a safe distance from the fire. pic.twitter.com/C6WZXO9cKh