Fire burns house to the ground in Sacramento

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By Yosi Yahoudai
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Fire burns house to the ground in Sacramento

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Updated: 11:00 AM PDT Jun 23, 2024

KIDS UNDER SIX GET IN FOR FREE. HERE ARE THE TOP STORIES THAT WE’RE FOLLOWING FOR YOU ON THIS SUNDAY. A MAN IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER A SHOOTING IN THE ARDEN-ARCADE AREA. THE SHOOTING HAPPENED MOSTLY NEAR THE ETHAN WAY AND THE ALTA ARDEN EXPRESSWAY AT AROUND 10:00 LAST NIGHT. IT’S SHUT DOWN TWO AREAS OF ARDEN OVERNIGHT NEAR THE IN-N-OUT AND CLOSE TO ARDEN FAIR MALL. THE SACRAMENTO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS THE MAN THAT WAS SHOT WILL LIKELY NOT SURVIVE, AND THEY ARE TREATING THIS AS A HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION. OFFICIALS HAVE NOT RELEASED INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUSPECT OR IF THEY HAVE MADE ANY ARRESTS. TODAY, HUNDREDS OF LOWRIDERS WILL LINE CAPITOL MALL IN HONOR OF CALIFORNIA’S LOWRIDER HOLIDAY. AND THIS IS VIDEO FROM LAST YEAR’S EVENT. WHEN IT HAPPENED FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, LOWRIDERS FROM ACROSS THE STATE WILL COME TOGETHER TO SHOWCASE THEIR HARD WORK THAT THEY’VE PUT INTO THEIR CARS. THE EVENT COMMEMORATES THE SUCCESS OF OVERTURNING THE CRUISING BANS, AND ORGANIZERS WILL ALSO UNVEIL THE EMBLEM THAT WILL BE USED TO DECLARE SPECIFIC SITES THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR AS HISTORIC LOWRIDER LANDMARKS. THE CELEBRATION AT CAPITOL MALL STARTS AT NOON TODAY AND GOES UNTIL FIVE. THIS EVENING. LET’S CHECK IN NOW WITH KELLY. ALL RIGHT. AND AS YOU’RE STEPPING OUT THERE, IT’S GETTING WARM ALREADY. IN FACT, THE FOOTHILLS AUBURN PLACERVILLE. IT’S ALREADY 82 DEGREES. WHERE IT’S 79 RIGHT NOW IN MODESTO. STOCKTON 76, FAIRFIELD AND SACRAMENTO BOTH COMING IN AT 79 AND YUBA CITY. YOU’RE ALMOST AT 80. TRUCKEE A LITTLE BIT COOLER COMING IN AT 55 DEGREES, BUT IT IS GOING TO BE A VERY WARM DAY TODAY IF YOU’RE GOING TO GO TO THE FARMERS MARKET, GO EARLY BY 10 A.M. WE’RE ALREADY EXPECTING TEMPERATURES IN THE 80S BY 1:00, WHEN IT WRAPS UP, WE’RE ALREADY LOOKING AT 93. AND IF YOU WANT TO HEAD TO THE PLACER COUNTY FAIR, WE ARE EXPECTING TRIPLE DIGITS AGAIN THIS AFTERNOON. SO MAKE SURE YOU’RE BEING CAUTIOUS. REALLY, THE BEST TIME TO GO IS AFTER SUNSET. THE SUN SETS AT 830. BY 9:00 IT WIL

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Fire burns house to the ground in Sacramento

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Updated: 11:00 AM PDT Jun 23, 2024

The Sacramento Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 9:49 a.m. Sunday morning. Firefighters arrived at the scene of a two-story house fire.From witness accounts, flames fully engulfed the house located in the 400 block of Del Paso Boulevard, possibly reaching 40 feet into the air. Numerous fire engines and wildland trucks responded to the scene. The house was completely burned to the ground.According to locals, the house has been abandoned for years. Issues have been reported of transients living inside the home and using it to power phones for several years. Power was cut off to the building by the county in order to deter unauthorized people from living in the house. No reports of people being inside the building were made. No injuries have been reported.Investigators are on the scene to determine the cause of the fire.

The Sacramento Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 9:49 a.m. Sunday morning. Firefighters arrived at the scene of a two-story house fire.

From witness accounts, flames fully engulfed the house located in the 400 block of Del Paso Boulevard, possibly reaching 40 feet into the air.

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Numerous fire engines and wildland trucks responded to the scene. The house was completely burned to the ground.

According to locals, the house has been abandoned for years. Issues have been reported of transients living inside the home and using it to power phones for several years. Power was cut off to the building by the county in order to deter unauthorized people from living in the house.

No reports of people being inside the building were made. No injuries have been reported.

Investigators are on the scene to determine the cause of the fire.

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Yosi Yahoudai is a founder and the managing partner of J&Y. His practice is comprised primarily of cases involving automobile and motorcycle accidents, but he also represents people in premises liability lawsuits, including suits alleging dangerous conditions of public property, third-party criminal conduct, and intentional torts. He also has expertise in cases involving product defects, dog bites, elder abuse, and sexual assault. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California and is admitted to practice in all California State Courts, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. If you have any questions about this article, you can contact Yosi by clicking here.