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Judith Zeng

No just one was hurt in a Thursday afternoon residence fire.

Capt. Zachary Klein of the Fremont Fire Division mentioned a connect with arrived in at 3:18 p.m., of a wooden fence on fireplace at 952 Locust St.







Firefighters respond to fire on Locust Street

Firefighters are observed at a dwelling at 952 Locust St. on Thursday afternoon. No 1 was wounded in the hearth.




When firefighters arrived, they identified smoke coming from eaves and roofline of the dwelling.

They extinguished the hearth on the fence. Crews then went to the roof and cut a air flow gap to get smoke out of the attic place.







Firefighters cool off

Fremont firefighters cool off after extinguishing a fire at 952 Locust St. in Fremont on Thursday afternoon. No a person was damage in the fireplace.




Klein explained firefighters discovered a minor fireplace in insulation in the attic and destruction transpired to an exterior corner of the home that adjoined the fence.

He claimed an person was at property at the time of the hearth. The individual smelled smoke and identified as the fireplace department and exited the dwelling. Neither the man or woman nor pets in the residence were hurt.

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Smoke hurt happened in the course of the household. There was no hearth injury inside the house, but there was some water hurt.







Firefighters at house

Fremont firefighters responded to a house fire at 952 Locust St. on Thursday afternoon. No 1 was wounded.




Klein said the hearth started on the fence’s exterior, but a trigger is undetermined. The fireplace is nonetheless less than investigation. Firefighters accomplished the get in touch with at 4:33 p.m.

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