Moore river fire keeps coastal communities on alert

Moore river fire keeps coastal communities on alert

Bridgety Davis, AP Photo

Residents of the town of St. Louis on Saturday helped rescue a man from a collapsed home, which had been damaged by lightning and a fire in the area.

The man was taken from an overpass near the Northside in St. Louis and the city posted on its Facebook page that “everyone is safe.”

St. Louis County Fire Department Chief Jeff Davis said there were no deaths or injuries in the fire, which started in a vacant house that had been abandoned.

“The fire was under control,” he said. “But the structure was on fire, which is what usually leads to a fire going out.”

Rescue teams were on scene around 9:30 a.m. with the help of the sh우리카지노eriff’s office. The fire spread quickly and firefighters bjarvees.comattled it through dark night skies, battling with gusts of up to 80 mph that pushed sand from the roof and gutted the home.

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson said no lives were lost in the fire but she acknowledged the damage to the home could have been even worse.

“There’s very little control that people have today over the fires that are going on around them,” she said. “It’s all too easy to lose sight of the real danger. You can lose track of the danger with the smoke and everything that can happen there.”

Krewson said the home had been abandoned for a year. She said it was unclear how the structure became on fire in the first place.

“The main thing is getting it back to some sort of livable condition in the immediate vicinity,” she said.

Her comments came about 30 minutes after a fire destroyed a historic house in the town with what firefighters called the biggest single-fire fire in the county’s history.

The first report of the fire at St. Louis Cathedral at 11:36 p.m. ET on Friday did not provide a 바카라cause for the massive blaze, and officials said there was not believed to be any threat to any residents.

Flames broke out Sunday night in the area where the new Cathedral stands on the southern edge of town. The fire burned down almost every house in the 2-acre lot, and in the nearby neighborhood of Biscayne.

The U.S. National Weather Service in St. Louis posted this composite drawing of an area of the downtown St. Louis area that was scorched at least half th