Oregon Incident

Incident Name: Oregon Incident
Incident Time: 10:53:00 a.m.
Incident Date: 2-10-2018
Incident Type: Structure Fire
Equipment Assigned:

Engines 357, 55, 56, 58, 53, 52; Trucks 42, 55; Safety;  Battalions 2, 5; Breathing Support 66; PIO; Arson Units 2,3

LA Fire 77

Cause: Under Investigation
Injuries: None
Structure Value Lost: $50,000
Total Personnel: 30

Frazier Park,  CA

At 10:53 a.m. the Kern County Fire Department received a call for smoke coming from a residence in the 3900 block of Oregon Drive in Frazier Park. Upon arrival crews found heavy smoke coming from an attic vent and flames coming out of the side window in the second floor of the house. Crews made an aggressive interior attack and conducted a primary and secondary searches. There were five pets inside two were found deceased and three were saved. The fire was confined to the second floor. No other structures were damaged and there were no injuries to firefighters.  The fire cause appears to be accidental and is under investigation.  There was approximately $50,000 loss to the building and contents with a $100,000 saved.
The Kern County Fire Department would like to remind all residents to check smoke and carbon monoxide alarms monthly and change batteries every six months. 

Assisting Agencies: CHP, Hall Ambulance,  Gas Co., SCE Electric,  Building Dept.






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