May 12, 2021


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Two different fires destroyed travel trailers in Victoria overnight

The Victoria County Fire Marshall’s Workplace is investigating the incidents

VICTORIA, Texas – Two different trailer fires in Victoria County are below investigation.

Victoria Hearth Office Battalion Chief Kevin Allen said the Victoria Fireplace Department responded to a contact at 12:32 a.m. Saturday of a fire at 244 Depot St. in Telferner.

When hearth officers arrived it was located to be a 30-foot journey trailer that was on hearth but it was swiftly extinguished fewer than 20 minutes later but the trailer was a finish reduction.

The Victoria County Fire Marshall’s Place of work responded to the next get in touch with at 6:03 a.m. Saturday of yet another trailer hearth at 1510 Base Road in Victoria.

When fire officials arrived at the scene, the trailer was entirely burnt to the floor and the hearth was extinguished by 6:24 a.m. Saturday.

No one particular was hurt in both of the fireplace incidents.

The Victoria County Fire Marshall’s Office is investigating the incidents.

Investigators do not believe that these fires to be connected to the hearth incident above at the cellular property positioned in the 400 block of Blake Road off Mission Valley Street in Victoria where it was confirmed that arson was the lead to of the fireplace. For this story, click right here .

We’ll proceed to update these incidents as facts build.