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    LINCOLN, Maine (AP) — A 7-year-old girl was killed in a house fire in Maine, the state fire marshal's office said Tuesday. Three adults and two other children were able to escape Monday evening from the fire in Lincoln, officials said. But the girl was still inside and flames were shooting 30 feet into the air, Lincoln Fire Capt. Kenneth Goslin told WABI-TV. Firefighters located her body after battling back the flames, he said. Lincoln is about 45 miles north of Bangor. The victim was identified Tuesday as 7-year-old Adele Parent; autopsy results were pending further study. The survivors were taken to a hospital for examination, officials said. The investigation is ongoing. Investigators spent the day at the scene and will be returning Wednesday. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Maine, Associated Press
    LINCOLN HEIGHTS (CBSLA) — Not one, but two Los Angeles Fire Department fire engines got stuck Friday evening on a washed out road in Lincoln Heights. The first truck was teetering on the side of a steep hill after it become stuck while responding to a nearby fire. It was being held in place while a heavy-duty tow truck prepared to pull it out of the mud. Precarious situation above Lincoln Heights???? an @LAFD fire engine got stuck on a washed out dirt road and is teetering on the side of a steep hill. Heavy duty tow truck preparing to position to drag it out. All fire fighters appear to be OK @CBSLA @JeffVaughn @SaraDonchey pic.twitter.com/ZGiU5750It — Desmond Shaw (@RoadSageLA) January 30, 2021 Fire crews said the homes at the bottom of the hill were going to be evacuated ahead of the move to get the fire truck off...
    (CBS4) – Strong winds overnight caused a tree to fall on power lines in Greenwood Village, sparking a grass fire which was put out by firefighters. It happened early Thursday on the 1600 block of Cherryville Road, and a shed also caught fire. Overnight wind damage responses – At 1 a.m. a fallen tree brought down power lines and sparked a grass and shed fire in the 1600 block of Cherryville Road. At 2:19 a.m. a tree fell into a house in the 7200 block of S. Lincoln Way. Thankfully no injuries occurred at either scene. pic.twitter.com/rTUJaHxxrQ — South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) January 14, 2021 Another tree also fell into a home on the 7200 block of Lincoln Way in the Centennial area. There were no injuries to anyone reported at either of the scenes.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A fire broke out Sunday morning at the US Bank Center on North Western Avenue in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. Police and firefighters told CBS 2’s Brandon Merano the inside of the building is burned but only on the US Bank side. The left side of the building where Country Financial is located did not seem to be damaged too badly. Paramedics on scene said no one was injured. It is too early to determine the cause of the fire, officials said. Also From CBS Chicago: Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots, Kills Son During Domestic-Related Incident In Garfield Ridge Maria Quiroz Became A U.S. Citizen In October, But Now The Documents To Prove It Are Missing In The USPS System 2 Young Girls Killed In Ingleside House Fire
    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Authorities say three cars that caught fire in the Lincoln High School parking lot are a total loss. Aftermath of the fire in the Lincoln High student parking lot. (Credit: Lincoln Fire Department) The fire happened late Monday morning in the student parking lot, Lincoln Fire says. Firefighters got to the scene and found flames quickly engulfing one car. Two other cars next to the one on fire were also involved. While crews worked quickly to put out the flames, in the end all three cars were a total loss. No injuries were reported. More from CBS Sacramento: 2nd Stimulus Package Update: Assistance To Unemployed, Small Businesses, State And Local Governments Should Be Priorities, Says Economist Placerville Residents Outraged After White Supremacist Group Shows Up At Toys For Tots Event Pandemic Party Foul In South Sacramento Caught On Snapchat Exactly what...
    FILLEY, Neb. (AP) — A second person has died from injuries received in a southeastern Nebraska house fire last month. Tyler Reed, 20, of Filley, died in a Lincoln hospital Sunday, more than three weeks after the Oct. 24 fire in Filley that also killed 20-year-old Courtney Knepp, of Beatrice, radio station KWBE reported. A third person, Jayden Maguire, 21, of Filley, also was critically injured in the fire. Knepp died at the scene of the fire; Reed and Maguire were found outside the burning home and flown to CHI St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lincoln with critical injuries. The State Fire Marshal Agency last month confirmed that a propane leak caused the fire. Filley is about 36 miles south of Lincoln. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Nebraska, Associated Press
    Amy Sussman/Getty Images In a new ad for the Lincoln Project, Harrison Ford urges voters to “fire” President Donald Trump instead of allowing him to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s top infectious disease expert. Ford narrates the ad for the Lincoln Project, a political action committee formed by a number of anti-Trump Republicans. “Dr. Anthony Fauci has served as director for the National Institute of Infectious Diseases since 1984,” the actor says in the spot. “He has served the American people tirelessly, honorably, and selflessly. From Reagan, to Bush, to Clinton, to Bush, to Obama, and now to Trump.” The ad then cuts to Trump’s rally in Florida on Sunday, during which the crowd began chanting “Fire Fauci!” The president responded, “Don’t tell anybody, but let me wait until a little bit after the election.” [On Election Day], you can fire only one of them,” Ford says in closing....
    Harrison Ford is defending Dr Anthony Fauci following President Trump's threats to fire him after the election with the Hollywood star urging Americans to sack Trump instead. The 78-year-old actor teamed up with The Lincoln Project political group to narrate an anti-Trump advertisement that was released on the eve of the election. In the one minute advertisement, Ford hits out at Trump's recent threats to fire Fauci in the wake of the election.  The Hollywood star lists off Fauci's experience as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and his works with previous administrations.  'He has served the American people tirelessly, honorably and selflessly from Reagan to Bush to Clinton to Bush to Obama, and now, to Trump,' Ford said. Harrison Ford teamed up with The Lincoln Project political group to narrate an anti-Trump advertisement that was released on the eve of the election His narration accompanied photos of...
    FILLEY, Neb. (AP) — The state Fire Marshal’s office on Thursday identified a woman killed in a southeastern Nebraska house fire last week. An autopsy identified the woman as Courtney Knepp, 20, of Beatrice, the Nebraska State Fire Marshal Agency said in a news release. Preliminary autopsy results indicate the cause of death was smoke inhalation related to the fire that broke out early Saturday in Filley. Two others injured in the fire, 21-year-old Jayden Maguire and 20-year-old Tyler Reed, both of Filley, are being treated a Lincoln hospital, and both remain in critical condition, officials said. The agency confirmed in the release that a propane leak caused the fire. Firefighters called to the scene found the house fully engulfed in flames when they arrived. Maguire and Reed were found outside the house and were flown to Lincoln's CHI St. Elizabeth Hospital, about 38 miles (61.2 kilometers) north of Filley....
    MELROSE, Bronx (WABC) -- A 7-year-old boy died and an adult woman is in critical condition after an apartment fire in the Bronx Monday morning.The flames broke out around 9:30 a.m. in a fifth-floor apartment on East 153rd Street in the Melrose Houses.Authorities say the child suffered smoke inhalation and was pronounced dead at Lincoln Hospital.Related: Man accused of torching his old apartment during standoffThe other victim, a 37-year-old woman, is in critical condition also at Lincoln Hospital.Officials have not released their identities or relationship, but a man at the scene tells Eyewitness News that the child was his nephew."Nothing yet, I don't have no clue right now," Saikou Jagana said. "I was on te job site. One of my relatives called me. They say my brother's apartment had a fire. That's why I'm here."Two firefighters suffered minor injuries battling the blaze, which took about 45 minutes to contain.Related: 2...
    MELROSE, Bronx (WABC) -- A 7-year-old girl died and an adult woman is in critical condition after an apartment fire in the Bronx Monday morning.The flames broke out in apartment 5C at 305 East 153rd Street in the Melrose section.Authorities say the child suffered smoke inhalation and as pronounced dead at Lincoln Hospital.The other victim, a 37-year-old woman, is in critical condition also at Lincoln Hospital.At this point, the relationship between the two is unknown.This is a breaking story. More information will be posted as it becomes available.----------* More Bronx news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    CHICO (CBS SF) — As the flames closed in on Butte County Mountain community of Feather Falls last week, two local residents tried unsuccessfully to outrun the North Complex West Zone fire. They were overwhelmed in their vehicles and are among the 15 who have died in the blaze, authorities said Tuesday evening. Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea identified the two men as Jacob Albright, 74, and Randy Harrell, 68. Both men were found inside their burned out vehicles and were the first confirmed victims from the Feather Falls area. Two other bodies were discovered in roadways among the wreckage of what was Berry Creek. One of this victims has been identified as Paul Winer, 68. Authorities were still attempting to identify the other man. “On Sept 10th two individuals were found in the roadway on Handkirk Lane in Berry Creek,” Honea said. “One was in a roadway about 10...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS Sacramento) — Police officers from Lincoln in Placer County helped haul a 350-pound bear the length of a football field, saving it from the flames of the Bear Fire in Butte County. Injured bear in Butte County. (Photo courtesy Lincoln Police Dept via Facebook) “We were flagged down by a fish and wildlife warden who asked us if we’d like to assist him with retrieving a bear that was injured,” said Cpl. Bryce Rogers, with the Lincoln police department. “They suspected that bears paws were injured,” Rogers said. “It wasn’t very mobile. It was kind of hiding behind a rock.” Biologists arrived and tranquilized the bear but it walked away from them and into a nearby creek which posed a risk of drowning. Two Lincoln police officers pose next to injured bear they helped rescue in Butte County. (Lincoln Police Dept. via Facebook) The men pulled the animal...
    BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) – Two Lincoln police officers are being credited with helping an injured bear in the area of the North Complex West Zone Fire. Corporal Rogers and Officer Rogers (no relation) of the Lincoln Police Department were deployed to the North Complex West Zone Fire in Butte County Thursday. A California Fish and Wildlife warden and biologist had to tranquilize a bear in order to rescue it. After it was tranquilized, the 350-pound animal walked into a creek and was at risk of drowning. The officers jumped in to help and carried the bear through about 100 yards of forest terrain to the warden’s vehicle. The bear sustained injuries to its feet. The North Complex West Zone Fire has burned over 70,412 acres and containment stands at five percent, as of Friday morning. Containment now stands at 5 percent for the West Zone and 23 percent overall...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Crews were cleaning up Thursday afternoon after a fire broke out in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. The fire broke out late Thursday morning in a vintage brick residential building at 1920 N. Sedgwick St., between Wisconsin Street and the six-way intersection with Lincoln and Armitage avenues and near the Old Town Triangle District. Still and box now struck at 1920 north Sedgwick rear porches. Fire got into building heave damage. No injuries reported pic.twitter.com/3HnRXdRDAB — Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) August 20, 2020 Porches caught on fire in the back of the building. The fire spread to the interior of the building and there was severe daage. Smoke was seen rising high into the air. One firefighter was taken to an area hospital with what was reported to be a minor issue. Crews late Thursday were looking into how the fire started.
    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Firefighters worked to knock down a structure fire in Lincoln Monday afternoon. The fire broke out on Valley Road in Lincoln and sent up a large plume of dark smoke that could be seen in the area. According to Placer County spokesperson Angela Musallam, forward progress on a related vegetation fire has been stopped. Officials say there was not a threat to the surrounding area and no evacuations have been ordered. The cause of the fire and the size of the vegetation were not released. No injuries have been reported at this time. Structure fire on Valley Road in Lincoln. @CALFIRENEU on scene working to knock down flames. Forward progress stopped on vegetation fire. No evacuations, no threat to surrounding wildland/structures. pic.twitter.com/zGWvrM2zIt — Angela Musallam (@AngelaM_PCSO) August 3, 2020
    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Investigators are working to figure out what ignited a 15,000-gallon diesel tank Thursday afternoon. (credit: Lincoln Fire Department) The fire was at Sierra Pacific Industries on Lincoln Boulevard. Crews from the Lincoln Fire Department, Cal Fire, Placer County Fire and Roseville Fire responded to the scene to contain the fire. According to Lincoln Fire, one firefighter was checked out by medical personnel for heat-related symptoms. The firefighter did not need further treatment. No other injuries were reported. It appears only the storage container the tank was in was damaged in the fire.
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