An RV is a total loss after a fire on Burnt House Road on Monday.
About 15 minutes to 6 p.m., an RV caught fire on Burnt House Road near its intersection with Mallet Road. The owner of the RV was moving it from a nearby location when a mechanical issue caused a fire to start in the front of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was able to park the RV on the side of the road and escape without injury.
Steven Cunningham with the Warren County Fire Service was the first firefighter on the scene and reported the RV was completely engulfed in flames when he arrived. 302 from Fisher Ferry then arrived on the scene with Rodney Lehman and Josh Davies aboard. Davies worked the pumper controls while Lehman attacked the RV fire.
As shown in the video below Lehman is able to quickly extinguish the fire with Marquise Holmes assisting.
Burnt House Road was shut down while firefighters worked the scene.
Warren County Sheriff Deputies including WC-41 Daniel Thomas, NorthEast Chief Zachary Hearn, Fisher Ferry Chief Mitch Lange, and Zac Weber from Bovina all responded to the fire. Engine 302 and a truck from LeTourneau were at the scene.
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