Helmet Cam Video: Mobile Home Fire With Reported Disabled Resident in Texas

Helmet Cam Video from a mobile home fire that the Wolfe City, Texas Fire Department Responded to.  The video was posted by Lieutenants Lid and description is below.

“12/12/17 @ 00:09hrs dispatched to a 1 Alarm Structure Fire Box 13-6-4. Initial reports from dispatch stated that the caller reported their living room on fire and that there was a disabled occupant that was unable to get out of the residence. Upon arrival crews found a double wide mobile home with heavy fire from the Alpha side and per the occupants of the residence, everyone was able to get out of the house safely shortly after the initial 911 call. Crews performed a transitional attack through the front door of the residence. The crews encountered heavy fire conditions initially due to a cold front just moving through with high winds from the north pushing the fire out the Alpha side of the residence. The fire was brought under control in approx. 15 minutes after arrival and was contained to about 1/2 of the residence with the other half receiving significant smoke damage. Two cats were also rescued from the residence. Helmet Cam from Lieutenants Lid filmed with FireCam Mini HD. **Note: First video in a while due to some camera malfunctions and also a dry spell of good fires that were worthy of sharing.”

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