San Angelo Home Goes Up in Flames


A house in north San Angelo went up in flames Saturday morning. The San Angelo Fire Department arrived on scene quickly and extinguished most of the visible flames. Firefighters are still working to remove any residual fire or heat sources.

The house is located at the intersection of N. Irving St. and 9th St. The time of the 9-1-1 call was at 10:40 a.m.

San Angelo fire investigators were seen interviewing the witnesses—appeared to be at least three adults and three children. There are no official statements about injuries and we did not witness any ambulances leaving the scene.

Update 1:20 p.m. (final)

City Fire Investigator Joanna Jackson said that this was a vacant house. It belonged to a man’s father who had passed away and left the home to his son.

Jackson said that six units responded and extinguished the flames within three minutes upon arrival. There were no injuries during the operation.

Jackson said that the cause of the fire is undetermined and she continues to investigate.

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