Categories: Headliner
      Date: Feb  7, 2014
     Title: Deep Freeze

Fires and bursting water pipes keeps fire department busy

By JOE WARREN

It’s been cold outside, very cold. With temperatures in the single digits, the Dalhart Fire Department has been very busy on a number of calls this week. From a fire started by a space heater that burned a Dalhart home to the ground to broken water pipes, below freezing temperatures that have hit the Panhandle  wreaking havoc on the area and keeping the local fire department jumping.

 



Fires and bursting water pipes keeps fire department busy

By JOE WARREN

It’s been cold outside, very cold. With temperatures in the single digits, the Dalhart Fire Department has been very busy on a number of calls this week. From a fire started by a space heater that burned a Dalhart home to the ground to broken water pipes, below freezing temperatures that have hit the Panhandle  wreaking havoc on the area and keeping the local fire department jumping.

Dalhart Fire Department responded to a trailer fire on the north side of Dalhart Wednesday at 10:59 a.m. at 1208 Omaha. Smoke filled the sky as the blaze totally destroyed the home.

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