The Frisco Fire Office responded to a dwelling hearth on the 7000 block of Rainbow Falls Push on Tuesday night.
The hearth occurred during a thunderstorm, and the department’s Fireplace Avoidance Division has detailed the cause of the fire as an act of nature from a lightning strike, in accordance to a office push launch.
Frisco Dispatch was notified of the household hearth at 5:02 p.m., and Frisco Hearth Section models arrived at 5:09 p.m.
“When firefighters arrived, they uncovered weighty fireplace and smoke displaying from the roof of a solitary-loved ones residence,” the push release stated.
Firefighters declared the fireplace less than regulate at 5:32 p.m. The home’s next flooring and attic place took significant fire destruction, but no civilian or firefighter injuries were being described, the push release mentioned.
The residents had been displaced as a result of the hearth, said Jake Leeper, battalion main with the Frisco Hearth Office.
The dwelling hearth transpired two times after Frisco firefighters responded to two property fires that had been reported within just minutes of each other. Firefighters were notified of 1 fireplace at 5:29 a.m. Sunday in the 13000 block of Round Prairie Lane and yet another at 5:57 a.m. in the 5100 block of Guarantee Land Travel, according to a social media put up from the Frisco Firefighters Association.
Kyle Mills, deputy main with the Frisco Hearth Division, said the two fires are less than investigation but transpired for the duration of a Sunday storm. Inhabitants of both homes documented their properties have been struck by lightning.
The families of each homes are temporarily displaced, Mills said.