The holidays tend to be a busy time of year for firefighters, Dennis said, because people are dealing with extra lights and candles in their homes.
Fire ripped through the home of a firefighter from the Pembroke, Kentucky Fire Department.
No one was home when the fire began and no injuries were reported, but the family that lives there will be displaced because of the damage, fire officials said.More news: Elon Musk's Roadster Is All Prepped-Up for Its Mars Voyage
The female driver had to be extricated by emergency crews and then was taken by helicopter to a Charlotte hospital, Agee said. The damage in the bar was mostly caused by water, he said.
Crews were able to stop the fire from spreading to the apartments connected to the garage. It was one of three red bulbs added over the weekend.
The Fire department is asking the public for help. The fire spread from the first vehicle to the second, and then into the house.More news: Family identifies woman killed in deputy-involved shooting in Schertz
"I don't want to come back to a home that caught on fire", Fuentes said.
Both Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service have launched an investigation into the cause of the fire, which now remains unknown.More news: White House denies report that president said Haitian immigrants 'all have AIDS'
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