Arson cause of fire on 610 Delord St. - KLFY News 10

Arson cause of fire on 610 Delord St.

Lafayette fire investigators determined that the fire originated on the exterior of the dwelling near the kitchen window. Evidence collected at the scene indicated that someone poured or splashed an accelerant on the exterior wall then set the fire. Louisiana State Fire Marshal's Arson Investigator assisted with an accelerant detection K9.

Additional information collected supports the possibility of the fire being set as retaliation. Officials continue to investigate to determine who may be responsible. If anyone has any information, please contact Crimestoppers at 232-TIPS or the Lafayette Fire Department, 291-8716.


Lafayette firefighters say the house fire at 610 Delord Street was intentionally set. Officials are now trying to determine who is responsible.


Shortly after 1:00 this morning, Lafayette firefighters responded to 610 Delord Street to a reported house fire. When emergency crews arrived, the single family dwelling was heavily involved in fire. Flames were coming from the front and side of the dwelling. Firefighters were able to get the fire under control within twenty minutes. The dwelling sustained heavy fire damage.

The occupants of the dwelling were outside as firefighters arrived. They were awakened by the smoke and popping sounds. As they exited their bedrooms, they were confronted with heavy smoke. They managed to escape through the front door. Fortunately, no one was injured. Two dogs were lost in the fire.

Fire investigators determined that the fire originated in the kitchen area of the dwelling. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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