In the past few days North Sabine Fire District has responded to three structure fires. Here is a summary of each fire.
On February 28, 2022 at 15:55, NSFD was dispatched to the report of a structure fire in the Zwolle area. NSFD was on scene within 5 minutes of page out. First arriving units found fire in a outside laundry room and Fire spread into Bravo side of main structure. Fire crews made entry into the home and extinguished all main fire that had spread from the laundry room. While fire attack was underway primary search was completed to search for possible occupants. No occupants were home at the time of fire. This fire was brought under control within 15 minutes. This aggressive and strategic fire attack confined the bulk of the fire to the Kitchen and living room area, saving personal property that couldn’t be replaced. An extensive overhaul operation took place due to fire extension into the attic space. NSFD had approximately 20 personnel on scene and 7 apparatus. Apparatus that responded to this incident was NS106 (Sprint Truck), Engine 1, Rescue 1, Service truck 1 from the Zwolle community, Engine 5 (Aimwell community),Engine 4 (Noble community), and NS100 (Chief truck). No injuries were reported at this incident.
On March 1, 2022 at 17:23, NSFD was dispatched to the report of a Structure fire in the Aimwell community. E-5 arrived on scene to report light smoke showing from a mobile home. Upon further investigation and speaking with home owner the fire started on the front porch, causing exterior damage and smoke inside of the house. NSFD overhauled smoldering section on the front porch and got back in service. No injuries were reported at this incident. Apparatus that responded to this incident was E5 (Aimwell Community), E1, Service truck 1, 106 (sprint truck) (Zwolle community) E-10 T-10 (Hotwells Community)
March 1,2022 at 23:51 NSFD was dispatched to the report of a structure fire in Zwolle area. Engine 1 arrived on scene to report that it was a mobile home on fire, approximately 3/4 involved with multiple exposures. NSFD started extinguishing the fire in with a defensive fire attack on Delta side to protect exposure, which was another home that’s vinyl siding was melting. Fire was under control under 20 minutes of first unit on scene. This fire resulted in one citizen having to go POV to the emergency room for smoke inhalation complications. Apparatus that responded to this incident was E-1, Service truck 1, Rescue 1 (Zwolle community) E-4 (Noble), E-10 T-10 (Hotwells Community) 101 (Deputy Chief truck)
Thank you to all NSFD members for your hard work and dedication shown these past few days
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