April 16, 2024
Firefighters on the scene of the early morning blaze in Bostonia. Courtesy OnScene.TV

 A predawn home hearth in a neighborhood close to Gillespie Discipline airport killed a girl Friday and displaced 4 different residents.

The blaze erupted for unknown causes about 1 a.m. within the 1700 block of North First Road within the unincorporated Bostonia space, simply north of El Cajon, in response to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Division.

4 residents who had escaped the flames instructed arriving emergency crews somebody may nonetheless be inside.

“Firefighters performed a rescue operation, entered the burning residence and shortly started in search of the girl,” sheriff’s Detective Dan Wilson stated. “They discovered her in a bed room. She was severely burned and was pronounced useless on the scene.”

The id of the girl, described as aged, was not instantly accessible.

“The hearth was decided to have began within the bed room the place the sufferer was discovered,” Wilson stated within the late morning. “The reason for the hearth continues to be below investigation. Nevertheless, (it) doesn’t look like suspicious.”

The American Crimson Cross was referred to as in to assist the displaced residents prepare for emergency shelter.

Up to date at 1:30 p.m. March 15, 2024

–Metropolis Information Service