According to the U.S. Fire Administration of FEMA, on average 1,000 homes catch fire every day. A home fire in Omaha can be devastating to a family. Not only can a family lose everything, but there’s the disruption of normal life, possible guilt, and grief; not to mention the possible loss of loved ones. There is one critical step to take before a fire: have working smoke alarms! There are 9 steps to take after a fire.
According to the Omaha World-Herald, “On the November 11th, a stubborn fire early Friday in southwest Omaha left a large house heavily damaged.”
“The fire was reported about 12:55 a.m. at a home near South 180th and F Streets.”
“Omaha firefighters, who worked in temperatures in the upper teens, still were on the scene six hours later. The cause of the fire was still under investigation, fire officials said Friday.”
“Damage to the 6,200-square-foot home, which is on a 10-acre site, was estimated at $1.04 million, according to the Omaha Fire Department.”
“The home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms and is listed for sale at $1.9 million. It had been for sale for about a year.”
“No one was in the home when the fire broke out, the owner’s son said. Officials said because the home was unoccupied, the fire may have had a good head start before it was reported.”
“Metropolitan Utilities District crews shut off a gas line to the home that may have been feeding the fire, KMTV reported.”
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