The fire started around midnight on Oct. 11, 2018, and was reported by a building security guard who noticed heavy smoke and flames. The fire is believed to have originated in or near the fryers, fire officials said at the time.
The fire prompted an outpouring of support from neighbors.
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“I’m heartbroken and devastated that this has happened to them,” Dayton resident Donna Brooks told WHIO-TV NewsCenter 7 at the time. “I wanted to give them a hug and tell them I’m sorry for them and hope they can pick up all the pieces and do this again, because they’re wonderful.”
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No one was injured in the fire.
Cheng said Dragon City has a family connection with other Dragon City locations in the Dayton area, although some have separate ownership.
The restaurant offers an extensive menu of Chinese dishes, available for carryout, delivery, or dine-in. For more information about Dragon City, call (937) 254-9966.