No people or animals were reportedly injured in a house fire on Wednesday, April 15th in the Town of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Just before 2 PM, the Town of Sheboygan Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire in the 1600 block of North 40th Street. The house is located near the town-city boundary.
Firefighters from the City of Sheboygan, Town of Sheboygan, and Village of Kohler fire departments responded to the scene as well as Orange Cross Ambulance, the Sheboygan County Fire Investigation Unit, Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office and local utilities. While the home is located in the Town of Sheboygan and is served by the town’s volunteer fire department, units from the career City of Sheboygan Fire Department were first on the scene. Engine 1 responding from the city’s downtown Station 1 reported seeing a header two miles from the fire scene.
The fire reportedly started in the garage but extended into the home. It took several hours to control the fire. The cause and a damage estimate had not been release as of 11 PM Wednesday.
Engine 1, Engine 2, Rescue 3, Ladder 4, Med 3 as well as two battalion chiefs and a deputy chief from the Sheboygan Fire Department responded to the scene to assist the Town of Sheboygan.
Two residents were treated for smoke inhalation and a firefighter suffered an ankle injury at a house fire early Sunday morning (11-16-14) in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
The first engine on-scene found all of the four residents safely outside the two-story home where they could see smoke and flames on the second floor. Firefighters quickly began to attack the fire.
A firefighter suffered an ankle injury after slipping on ice.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin firefighters responded to a house fire on the morning of Monday, July 28th around 7 AM.
Firefighters arrived on-scene at 1108 Indiana Avenue to discover smoke. They were informed of two cats that may have been trapped on the second floor. Firefighters rescued two cats while two other pets died.
No persons were reported injured at the scene.
Photos courtesy of Asher Heimermann
A family was displaced by a fire that destroyed their south side Sheboygan (WI) home late Saturday night.
The Sheboygan Fire Department started receiving numerous 911 calls reporting a fire at 1540 Ohio Avenue just before midnight. When firefighters arrived, they found heavy smoke and fire showing from the home. The family and pets exited the home before firefighters arrived on scene.
The entire Sheboygan Fire Department responded to the scene which includes 5 stations in the city.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin firefighters rescued a woman from the second floor window of her burning home on the city’s north side around 7 AM on Monday, May 26th. The woman was transported to a local hospital.
more photos at: http://www.publicsafety.photos/FireScenes/2014/5-26-2014
Shortly before 2 AM, the Sheboygan Fire Department responded to the 1600 block of Washington Avenue for a reported house on fire, with flames coming from the back of the residence.
More photos can be found HERE.