A mobile home in Lake County erupted into flames on Friday, February 5th, ultimately resulting in the death of one individual. According to reports from the Lake County Fire Rescue, the incident was first reported shortly before 4:30 in the morning after a person walking by the home heard explosions as well as saw flames shooting from the structure.
Two women within Orange County nearly died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning after a car was left running inside of a garage throughout the entire night. The garage in question is attached to a home located along the 10000 block of Orlando’s Creekwater Boulevard. It is believed that at least one of the people involved in the incident is the owner of the home.
Fire investigators working within the city of Orlando are beginning to suspect that a series of fires being lit inside of trash cans are a connected group of incidents rather than numerous independent events. During the course of the past week, it is believed that nine garbage fires were extinguished throughout the Lake Eola Heights area.
An employee of the Chewy company has been severely injured in an incident that took place at a distribution center located in the city of Ocala. According to the Ocala Fire Rescue crews who responded to the event, the first reports of a premises liability accident emerged shortly after 12:30 the afternoon, and brought numerous first responder units to the 3300 block of Northwest 35th Avenue. Among the assembled emergency crews were representatives from the Ocala Police Department, the Marion County Fire Rescue, and the above-mentioned Ocala Fire Rescue. The location at which the emergency crews converged was a distribution center for the popular online pet retailer, Chewy.
A fire that broke out in a home located within Brevard County almost became a devastating blaze on Sunday, December 2nd, and if it was not for the efforts of the Brevard County Fire Rescue crew the incident might have resulted in far more destruction as well as the death of a beloved house pet.
A massive fire inside of an apartment complex within Orange County forced many of the apartment’s residents out of the building and into the street as they watched members of the Orange County Fire Rescue service battle the flames. According to reports from the Orange County Fire Rescue service, the first reports of the incident began to reach emergency call centers at around 1:00 on the morning of Tuesday, November 20th.
A resident of Altamonte Springs narrowly escaped severe injury or death after their home caught fire on Friday, November 2nd. According to a report from the Seminole County Fire Department, the blaze was first reported close to 2:00 in the afternoon. At this time, emergency calls suggested that a fire was either well under way or just beginning at a home located along Hermitage Drive.
A fire that occurred within the city of Rockledge in Brevard County on Saturday, October 20th, resulted in one individual sustaining severe burn injuries. Reports from News 6 that have emerged through conversations with the Rockledge Fire Department stated that the incident was first reported close to midnight on Saturday.
A somewhat triumphant occurrence happened in Orlando this week when a group of epidemiologists working at the Orange County based Florida Department of Health discovered just what has been causing numerous people all over the country to become extremely sick due to a strain of bacteria that appears resistant to antibiotics. According to the news reports, the team working on discovering the origin of the bacteria received a boost to their investigation when they began to notice that all the cases they were investigating possessed one thing in common: each sick person had recently come into contact with puppies at pet store chains.
A massive fire in an Orlando apartment complex has resulted in sixteen different families begin forced to move from their homes. According to the Assistant Fire Chief for the Orlando Fire Department, the incident happened inside of the West Winds Apartments located in the southwestern portion of Orlando, inside of Orange County.