Rocklin Fire Today – On Sunday, April 16th, 2023, there is a huge fire in Rocklin, California, and many firefighters and emergency crews are working to put it out. The Rocklin Fire Department says that crews have been dispatched after reports of a fire at the Controlled Training Burn at the old Roller Skating Rink located at 4651 Pacific Street in Rocklin. People and businesses close to the fire are told to close all their windows because the smoke from the fire is bad for their health. The cause of the fire is currently unknown.
RELATED ARTICLE: One person taken to hospital after crews fight an aggressive house fire Sunday night in Roseville
On the evening of February 12, 2023, the Roseville Fire Department was dispatched to put out a ferocious blaze that had been burning all day. At approximately 6:57 p.m., authorities in Roseville said they got multiple calls to 911 reporting a house fire in the Kaseberg Kingswood community. When the crews arrived, they discovered that there was an active fire in a single-family dwelling. The fire was dangerously close to the homes of the neighbors.
They launched a vigorous operation to tackle the fire, and they were successful in rapidly bringing the flames under control. The fire, according to the crews, caused damage to both the home and an adjacent exposure, rendering both of them inhabitable. Three people were injured, one of them was taken to the hospital, and two residents were treated for their wounds at the site. At this point, the full extent of their wounds cannot be determined. Roseville Fire received assistance from a variety of other agencies while they were on the site.
Officials in Roseville suspect a person set two fires in August 2022, one of which forced a brief closure of Interstate 80. Just after 6 o’clock in the evening, the Roseville Fire Department received reports of two fires, one at a dumpster behind a store in the 300 block of Sunrise Avenue and the other near I-80 at Atlantic Street. Eventually, they both became one fire. The combined fire was put out at 3 acres, according to the fire department, with the aid of numerous engines and a dozer from Cal Fire, the state’s fire control organization. The fire also slightly damaged numerous ornamental trees and the back wall of a building.
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