Friday, May 11, 2012

Small J/C House Fire Injures One
Fast work by Johnson City firefighters on an early-morning fire saved a structure in the 2200 block of Signal Drive just off the Old Emeryville Road. Assistant Fire Chief Mark Funicane told us they used a pressurized water extinguisher to put out the fire that started in the kitchen in the kitchen. Resident Michael Wood suffered first and second degree burns in that small kitchen fire. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment. He also suffered smoke inhalation. It's believed the fire started in a trash can. Damage was reportedly not extensive to the structure.(CS)

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