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Below is helmet-cam footage from the structure fire earlier today in the area of 300 S 1000 W (see earlier post for more information). Thanks again to @layton_fd, Farmington Fire Department, @davissheriffut, @kaysvillepolice, Kaysville Power and Kaysville Public Works for your assistance! We need to give a huge shout out to DCSO Deputy Bodily who graciously caught our hydrant for us so that we could more rapidly fight the fire. ??
KAYSVILLE, Utah, Feb. 7, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — A helmet camera captured the action Thursday when multiple fire departments in Davis County knocked down a blaze in an engulfed structure.
The fire, in a barn in the area of 300 South and 1000 West, was called in at 12:29 p.m.
“‘C’ shift crews from Kaysville, Layton and Farmington fire departments were dispatched to a structure,” says a Kaysville Fire post on social media.
“Upon our arrival we found a well-involved fire coming from a barn behind a residence. Crews made an aggressive fire attack and were able to call ‘fire control’ in less than an hour after our arrival.”
There was a dog inside of the barn at the time of the fire, “but a neighbor was able to let it out before it became injured,” the post says.
“No civilians or firefighters were injured. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.”