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Media Information Release

Type of incident: Structure Fire

Address of incident: 654 Stevens St.

Date: 3/10/2019 Alarm Time: 1306 Hours

Description of occupancy: Double-wide manufactured home

Circumstances found on arrival, actions taken: First arriving fire crews found smoke coming from the eaves and gable of the residence. Crews went into rescue mode after hearing there were two occupants still inside. All residents were able to make it out safely on their own. Interior attack initially determined the fire to be confined to the attic, however as crews were making good progress a roof collapse required transitioning to a defensive attack entirely. The stability of the residence was too unsafe for crews to continue working inside. Crews were able to save exposed travel trailers.

Injuries, rescues and other information of interest: No injuries/rescues to report.

Responding Apparatus: 5 - Engines, 0 ā€“ Water Tenders, 1 - Ambulance, 1 ā€“ Command Vehicle

Responding Personnel: 4 ā€“ Career, 12 ā€“ Volunteers

Mutual aid assistance: La Pine Fire, Central Cascades Fire & EMS, Chemult RFPD and Oregon Outback RFPD all assisted on scene.

Probable fire cause: The exact cause of the fire is not available for release at this time.
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