A storage building was destroyed and a camper used as a residence was damaged in an early morning fire in the 400 block of Honey Lane on Tuesday March 24.
9-1-1 was alerted to the fire at 3:09 a.m. The first units arrived to find the approximately 15’x20’ storage building fully involved and the end of the camper on fire.
Firefighter-paramedics deployed two handlines, one to extinguish the camper and one to protect a nearby building, a singlewide mobile home located about seven feet from the camper. Crews quickly had the camper under control.
One end of the camper was heavily damaged and the fire burned into the interior rear wall and cabinets. Firefighters then worked to extinguish the storage building.
All occupants were able to exit the camper without injuries.
The fire spread from a debris pile that was burned earlier in the day.
The fire was under control within 15 minutes and units remained on scene for 1-1/2 hours performing overhaul.