WOLF CREEK, Ore -- Last night firefighters from Wold Creek Fire, Rural Metro Fire, Glendale Fire and the Oregon Department of Forestry battled a house fire.
The fire was found around 8:30 last night. A driver passed it on Lower Wolf Creek Road. The two story home is destroyed.
It took firefighters more than 5 hours to get the fire under control. The fire did not spread around the home. Mop up will continue today and tomorrow. Plus firefighters are looking for hot-spots.
The cause of the fire is under investigation and the fire department says it is suspicious.
- Firefighters battle house fire for more than 5 hours
- Firefighter injured while battling Milepost 97 fire
- Firefighters battle 40-acre Adobe Fire in eastern Klamath County
- Firefighters Battle Multiple Northern California Wildfires
- How firefighters cope with deadly car crashes and house fires
- Crews Battle Large Industrial Fire
- Crews Battle 100-Acre Cherry Fire
- 20 Local Firefighters Battle Flames in Southern California
- Firefighters Battle Wildfires in Klamath and Lake Counties
- Firefighters Battle Multiple Wildfires Near Brookings Over the Weekend