North East Aurora mobile home fire sends 1 to hospital 01/27/15

01/27/15 Aurora, CO – Breaking News 3:00AM: A mobile home fire early this morning has sent one person to a local hospital.  The fire was reported around 12:30AM on this date.  Aurora Fire Department (AFD) responded with a full compliment of personnel and fire apparatus to a report of a home on fire in the 17000 block of E. Buchanan Place.  The fire was quickly knocked down by fire crews but one occupant of the house, a woman, was transported to a local hospital by ambulance as a result of the blaze.  Her injuries and condition are not known as of this writing.  Fire department scanner traffic indicated the house was filled to the brim with possessions and at one point firefighters reported medical oxygen tanks were exploding in the home making for dangerous work.  The sleepy neighborhood of Friendly Village was awakened by all of the fire department activity.  The cause of the fire is being currently investigated by AFD.  Shane Anthony reporting AuroraNews1.com

An overnight fire on E. Buchanan Place sent 1 woman to the hospital on 01/27/15.  Photo by Shane Anthony AuroraNews1.com

An overnight fire on E. Buchanan Place sent 1 woman to the hospital on 01/27/15. Photo by Shane Anthony AuroraNews1.com

Below is a slideshow of the mobile home fire on E. Buchanan Place.  Click on any image to launch slideshow.  Exclusive photos by Shane Anthony AuroraNews1.com

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One Response to North East Aurora mobile home fire sends 1 to hospital 01/27/15

  1. Steve says:

    These types of fire are some of the dangerous for both residents but also fire fighters. Massive amounts of trash, news papers and just “Stuff” often will fuel fires so fast, and when oxygen is in the house its a time bomb waiting to happen. Fire fighters and police put their lives on the line everyday, and these types of calls can go south so fast and injure and kill quickly. Great job AFD!!

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