A person was displaced on Christmas Eve after their Ramona home was engulfed in flames. Medics have been requested to have a tendency to at least one person struggling burn-related accidents.
RAMONA, Calif. — A person was displaced on Christmas Eve after their Ramona home was engulfed in flames.
Cal Fire San Diego firefighters responded to the 16000 block of Highland Trails Drive in the Ramona space round 7:42 p.m. following stories of a fireplace.
When firefighters arrived on the scene, they found a home was engulfed in flames.
Cal Fire officers detailed the home as a two-story structure surrounded by vegetation.
Video posted to Citizen App confirmed heavy smoke pouring into the evening sky illuminated by the blaze.
Cal Fire tweeted that each one occupants made it out of the home, and the fireplace didn’t threaten the encircling vegetation.
Officials advised CBS 8 that one person was displaced by the fireplace and provided Red Cross help, however the person declined the supply.
Medics have been requested to have a tendency to at least one person struggling burn-related accidents.
No different accidents have been reported.
Firefighters have been estimated to stay on the scene for about 3 hours, in accordance with Cal Fire San Diego.
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