Firefighters Extinguish Victorville (CA) House Fire

 

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Date/Time: 7/29/2015 1610 HoursLocation: 15800 Block of La Paz Dr, Victorville, CAIncident: Residential Structure Fire Displaces SevenSummary: Firefighters from the City of Victorville responded to a reported Structure fire in the 15800 Block of La Paz Drive, in Victorville. Upon arrival, SBCoFD companies found a single story home well involved with one additional home catching fire. Firefighters engaged in an aggressive coordinated attack with hose lines and vertical ventilation, knocking the fire down in 30 minutes. Residents were outside prior to arrival and accounted for. Firefighters did a search to confirm no one was inside. One large dog was found in the search and was reunited with his owners. A total of 3 adults and 4 kids were displaced as a result of the fire. Red Cross was called to arrange for temporary housing, clothing and to assist with medications. Fire cause and origin is under investigation by San Bernardino County Fire Investigators. 5 Engines, 1 Truck Company, and a Battalion Chief responded to the accident. Damages are estimated at $150,000.Remember to have and practice a home escape plan, including your families meeting place. This avoids confusion in case of an emergency, and allows your family to account for each family member.

Posted by San Bernardino County Fire on Friday, July 31, 2015

Victorville (CA) firefighters responded to a reported structure fire in the 15800 block of the city.

Upon arrival, San Bernardino County Fire companies found a single-story home well involved with one additional home catching fire, according to a release from the department.

Firefighters engaged in an aggressive coordinated attack with hoselines and vertical ventilation, knocking the fire down in 30 minutes. Residents were outside prior to arrival and accounted for. Firefighters did a search to confirm no one was inside.

One large dog was found in the search and was reunited with his owners. A total of three adults and four children were displaced as a result of the fire. Red Cross was called to arrange for temporary housing, clothing and to assist with medications. Fire cause and origin is under investigation by San Bernardino County Fire Investigators.

Five engines, one truck company, and a battalion chief responded to the accident. Damages are estimated at $150,000.

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