Two adults were sent to the hospital with burns Thursday night when a fire heavily damaged a home in the 3100 block of Callecita Street in Sacramento. The Sacramento Fire Department was able to contain the blaze to the home, which is located in the Hagginwood neighborhood near Arcade and Marysville boulevards. Cause of the fire is under investigation.
Sacramento Fire Department
Two injured in Hagginwood fire
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Petaluma Firefighters Local 1415 posted raw video as Petaluma Fire Department Engine 9384 rolls into Coffey Park in Santa Rosa when the devastating fire first moved into the neighborhood last week. This engine company was eventually pushed out and overrun by the blaze. Petaluma Fire Engine 9384 along with Santa Rosa Fire and Windsor Fire departments, however, were successfully able to protect and save over 20 homes on Banyan Street, San Miguel and the Holley Park area.
Chris Hale found a dehydrated cat in a tool box of a burned house at the Tubbs fire in the Coffey Park Neighborhood on Thursday, October 12, 2017 in Santa Rosa. Rescuers planned to take the cat to a shelter.