LFR: North Lubbock home, sheds and vehicle damaged in blaze - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

LFR: North Lubbock home, sheds and vehicle damaged in blaze

Provided by Lubbock Fire Rescue

At approximately 6:16 p.m. Tuesday, 5 LFR units responded to a reported structure fire at 1603 Bradley St. First unit arrived on scene to find structure well involved in fire.

Approximately 10 minutes into the incident, 3 additional units were dispatched to assist due to high winds and fire conditions. In total, two residential structures had fire damage,two storage sheds became exposures, and a vehicle was burned.

No injuries were reported.

Red Cross was called to assist four residents.

Fire cause was accidental due to an unattended wood stove. Incident was under control at approximately 8:16 p.m.

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We spoke with Michale Castillo Wednesday afternoon. His parent's home was destroyed.

He says their home is next door to where the fire started, but strong winds spread the flames.

"This is going to be the first Christmas that we don't celebrate here. It's kind of hard, because you know we don't have anywhere to celebrate Christmas like home; this is home. This was home," Castillo said.

The family has set up an assistance fund at Wells Fargo Bank under the Vidaurre Family House Fund.

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