Monday, 08 August 2022

Fire destroys Lucerne home Monday

LUCERNE – A fire destroyed a home in the hills above Lucerne Monday night.


The two-story A-frame home, located on the Jones Ranch, was reported to be on fire at about 6:20 p.m., according to radio reports.


For nearly an hour Northshore Fire Department personnel struggled through rain and snow to get firefighting equipment to the building, which was situated in a remote hilltop location above the town. Fire personnel also reported there initially was confusion about the home's exact location.


When they arrived firefighters radioed that they did not have a water source because a nearby storage tank was empty. That required a water tender to make the treacherous trip back down the hill for a refill shortly before 9 p.m.


The glow of the fire could be seen as far away as Lakeport, and appeared to double in size by 8:30 p.m.


The fire appeared to be out by 10:30 p.m.


Northshore Fire personnel reported late Monday that the house was newly built and its owners had not yet moved in.


No injuries were reported to fire personnel.


Harold LaBonte contributed to this report.


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