April 16, 2024
A Cal Hearth San Diego truck on a rural street. Courtesy Cal Hearth

Crews from Cal Hearth and two different departments knocked down a journey trailer hearth Monday that threatened one other residence within the Deer Springs group, authorities stated.

The 28-foot trailer was absolutely engulfed and “a whole loss,” stated Cal Hearth San Diego Capt. Brent Pascua, who added that the 2 individuals who lived within the trailer weren’t inside on the time.

The blaze was first reported at 12:58 p.m. within the 9900 block of West Lilac Street. There have been no reported accidents to firefighters or any residents, Pascua stated.

The blaze, which took 40 minutes for crews to knock down, additionally severely broken a truck parked subsequent to the trailer. Pascua stated damages are estimated at $50,000.

A shed close by sustained injury, however the small residence subsequent to it was saved, Pascua stated.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Division’s Bomb/Arson Unit was known as out to analyze.

The North County and Valley hearth safety districts assisted Cal Hearth on the decision.

Up to date at 3:53 p.m. Sept. 4, 2023

Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.