Two-alarm fire in northern Colorado kills person, dog 


Firefighters who entered a burning house Saturday night through the front door discovered two humans and a killed dog inside. Unfortunately, one of the two people died early Sunday morning, according to the fire department.

Poudre Fire Authority units were sent to the 4000 block of South Taft Hill Road, one block north of Harmony Road, at 6:50 p.m. According to the fire department, they arrived four minutes later and discovered smoke coming from all of the home’s windows. The house was on fire in one corner.

The two injured patients were evacuated from their residence immediately, treated on the scene by medical personnel, and brought to a hospital.

According to a news release issued by PFA on Sunday, the fire was out of control by 7:12 p.m. The garage and kitchen were heavily damaged, and there was extensive smoke damage throughout the rest of the structure.

The fire originated in the garage, according to the inquiry. According to PFA, it began with smoking materials combined with the use of oxygen.

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