Killeen Fire Department Responds to Fire at Restaurant on Fort Hood Street
The Killeen Fire Department responded to a call of a fire at C&H Hawaiian Grill on Fort Hood Street on Wednesday night.
No injuries were reported
Fire in Killeen
According to a City of Killeen news release, Killeen Fire Department responded to a fire at the C&H Hawaiian Grill at 412 N. Fort Hood Street on Wednesday night, April 20 at 9:15pm.
Killeen Fire Department Crews responded with four engines, one ladder truck, two ambulances, one heavy rescue and two battalion chiefs. The building was closed and it took crews about four hours to clear the area, working the scene until about 1am Thursday morning.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
C&H Hawaiian Grill
According to their website, C&H Hawaiian Grill's Hensan and Cora Timo opened the Fort Hood street location in 2004 after relocating to Killeen from Portland, Oregon to be close to their two sons who had enlisted in the U.S. Army and were assigned to Fort Hood.
A second location was opened in Copperas Cove in 2014, and a brand new location just opened in Harker Heights in March of this year.
C&H Hawaiian Grill Menu
C&H Hawaiian Grill offers a great cuisine of Hawaiian favorites. Their menu features a mix of beef, pork and chicken plates plus island favorites that include spam and eggs.
The good news is that nobody was injured during the fire and an investigation is underway to determine the cause. The bad news - they'll be closed for a while, so regular customers may have to travel to the new Harker Heights location to get their Hawaiian favorites.