FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Frisco Fireplace Division has responded to a number of home fires throughout the final 24 hours.
At 10 p.m. on Feb. 25, they responded to a construction hearth within the 14600 block of Prairie Fireplace Dr. Inside 11 minutes, Frisco Fireplace Division items arrived on the scene. Heavy hearth was seen capturing via the roof of the two-story single-family houses.
Firefighters started a defensive assault and guarded the homes across the construction. The hearth was declared below management at 10:45 p.m.
Then, an hour later firefighters responded to a construction hearth within the 2500 block of Sage Ridge Dr.
Firefighters discovered heavy smoke from the attic of a two-story single-family once they arrived. They started an offensive assault within the attic however evacuated the construction because the roof was not steady. Firefighters then transitioned to a defensive assault and guarded exposures. The hearth was declared below management at 1 a.m. There have been no reported civilian or firefighter accidents to both hearth.
Utilities are shut off to the houses, and unsafe placards are on the buildings, and the reason for each fires are below investigation.
Frisco Firefighters additionally responded to 2 construction fires within the city of Little Elm and one other construction hearth within the city of Prosper.