sábado, junio 22

Motorhome Fire at Friendship Park in Yuma

YUMA, Arizona- On Thursday August 11, 2022, at about 7:23 pm, a recreational vehicle was reported to be on fire at Friendship Park, 1631 West 34th Place. Arriving Yuma Fire Department personnel found a large motorhome in the parking lot with heavy smoke and flames coming from it. The first two engines to arrive on the scene were able to quickly knock down the fire.

The motorhome’s eight occupants (4 adults and 4 teenagers) were not injured. There were 3 dogs that were able to be safely evacuated. At least 6 cats were also in the motorhome at the time of the fire with 2 known to have made it out. The 2 cats did receive some fire related injuries and were left in the care of Animal Control. 1 deceased cat was removed from motorhome, no others were located.
At the time of the fire, the parking lot was full of other vehicles involved in recreational activities going on at the park. There were no other vehicles damaged. The motorhome sustained serious damage and American Red Cross was called to the scene to provide assistance to the family.