Fire engulfs Tahoma residence on Tahoe’s west shore | SierraSun.com

Fire engulfs Tahoma residence on Tahoe’s west shore

The North Tahoe Fire Protection District and several other agencies responded to a residential fire in Tahoma Tuesday night on the 500 block of McKinney Rubicon Springs Road.

“We had a fully engulfed, residential structure fire,” said North Tahoe Fire Protection District Division Chief Steve Simons.

Simons said the residence was a single-family home with a garage. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. There were no reported injuries.

Simons said no further updates could be given as of Wednesday afternoon.

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The North Tahoe Fire Protection District also responded to a small vegetation fire in the Carnelian Bay. Simons said the cause of the fire, which was limited to roughly a 10-square-foot area, has yet to be determined.

Justin Scacco is a reporter for the Sierra Sun. Contact him at jscacco@sierrasun.com.


 

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