Saturday marked the fourth working structure fire call the Denver Fire Department (DFD) answered in the past two weeks.
Firefighters responded around 4:50 a.m. to a residence at 6169 Golden Oak Lane to find a vacant mobile home fully engulfed.
According to a press release from DFD, Fire Engine 10 first arrived on the scene seven minutes after being dispatched.
Assisting DFD were the Pumpkin Center Fire Department, with one engine and five firefighters, and the East Lincoln Fire Department, with one engine and two firefighters. DFD had nine firefighters responding to the blaze.
No injuries were reported, as the building was unoccupied at the time of the fire.
The Lincoln County Fire Marshalâ€™s Office is still investigating the cause of the fire as of Tuesday.
During the weekend of May 13 – 14, DFD responded to three back-to-back structure fire calls:
Â· Around 10 p.m., Saturday, May 13, at a residence on the corner of Campground and Dick Wilson Roads. Cause, accidental.
Â· Around 4 a.m. Sunday, May 14, at a vacant residence in the Pebble Bay neighborhood. Cause, lightning strike.
Â· Around 9 a.m. at a residence on Lineberger Road. Cause, accidental.
According to the Web site www.denvervfd.com, the department has responded to 411 calls so far in 2006. The average response time is four minutes, 53 seconds.
For more information on the Denver Fire Department, visit the Web site: www.denvervfd.com.
by Jon Mayhew