64-year-old man died after fire broke out in Jacksonville

64-year-old man died after fire broke out in Jacksonville 1

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA: The Jacksonville Fire Rescue arrived at the Admiral’s Walk neighborhood off Mayport Road. The report says a fire that broke out at around 8 a.m. on Wednesday.

The victim was a 64-year-old man, whose identity has not been released. He was later pronounced dead.

The Admiral’s Walk Community manager Jamie Caisse said “The entire community is saddened with the passing of a neighbor.” Caisse added, “He was a great neighbor great, great man. We are all very sad. We’re all very saddened and our hearts are with his family.”

“Wonderful, wonderful character. He used to work at the Navy commissary. He used to play Fletcher football in the 70s. He was one of the big three,” Caisse continued.

As per Caisse, the victim had been living in the home since 1997. Within four minutes after the fire broke out the Jacksonville Fire Rescue crew arrived at the scene.

No more information is released at the moment. The Jacksonville Fire Rescue says the fire is not considered suspicious.



In Winter Springs, a man seriously injures a woman and sets fire to the apartment.

In Winter Springs, a man seriously injures a woman and sets fire to the apartment. 2


After a woman was seriously injured and her Winter Springs apartment was set on fire, a man was arrested early Thursday, just hours after being released from prison on hit-and-run and DUI charges.

According to Winter Springs police, Justin Lorrison was arrested in Oviedo in connection with the woman’s assault and the fire that killed a puppy.

Lorrison is in custody after his bail from previous charges was revoked by a judge on Thursday afternoon. According to police, he had just bonded out of prison on those charges about 10 p.m. Wednesday.

According to police, the woman called 911 at about 2:20 a.m., claiming she was bleeding profusely from the neck and that her Seville on the Green apartment was filled with smoke.

The woman said she was assaulted by a family member in a 911 call.

“He just took my van, and I’m bleeding profusely.” “Please assist me,” she said to the dispatchers. “I’m ablaze. I’m on fire. The victim said in the 911 call that there were flames everywhere and that her dog was still inside.

Due to the fire, officers evacuated 12 apartment units, displacing 15 people, and the woman was taken to a hospital in critical but stable condition, according to police.

Lorrison allegedly injured the woman with whom he has a domestic relationship and set fire to the apartments before fleeing in the woman’s van, according to authorities.

Seminole County Fire Department crews evacuated all apartments near the fire, according to the police report. The fire was so intense that it blocked a staircase, forcing several residents to leap from a balcony, where they were caught by firefighters below.

Lorrison was arrested by police and charged with attempted murder and arson. Oviedo police have also charged him with aggravated assault on a firefighter with a motor vehicle.


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In Seminole County, no students were injured when a school bus caught fire.


SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – According to district officials, no students were injured when the school bus they were riding caught fire Tuesday afternoon.

The fire began on State Road 417 and was extinguished out by 2:20 p.m.

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According to a Seminole County Public Schools spokesperson, three Endeavour School students and two others were on board at the time of the crash.

When smoke became evident, the bus came to a halt and was safely evacuated. There were no injuries.

Two of the students were picked up from the scene by their parents, while the other was transported by SCPS’s backup transportation.

The cause of the fire is still unknown.

1 of 2 missing people were located in St. John’s River by the Seminole fire crews

1 of 2 missing people were located

SEMINOLE, FLORIDA-  According to the Seminole County Fire Department, the crews had been in search of the missing people near St. John’s River in the Geneva area.

The reports stated that the fire crew was in search of two missing bodies and managed to locate one in the St.John’s river.

The person rescued by the crew reportedly needed emergency medical support.

While the other missing person is still on the lookout, a helicopter was brought in to aid and support the diving team during the search, according to the Seminole County Fire Department.

House fire helped by a drone in Lauderhill

House fire helped by a drone in Lauderhill

LAUDERHILL, FLORIDA- According to reports, a house in Lauderhill caught fire, and a fire rescue crew managed the fire situation with the use of a drone with infrared technology on Wednesday afternoon.

Captain Jerry Gonzalez says that they were able to locate the attic which was on fire with the use of the drone.  With quick identification of the location, the fire didn’t penetrate to other parts like the roof.

According to the Captain, it was the first-ever time the Department used this technology in locating what is called a “hidden fire” and it was a major success.

According to the reports, the blaze broke out on Wednesday around 5 p.m. at 7300 Northwest 44th Court.

Gonzalez also said that everyone managed to get out safely and no one was injured during the fire. The house which is currently uninhabitable is under investigation to look for the cause that led to a fire.

The Department pointed that it was the drone technology that might have prevented further damaging of the structure of the house.

Gonzalez also expressed that the Department feels amazed having adapted to technological advancement that supports public benefit. He said, “This is amazing right now. Just a few years ago it wouldn’t have existed, and who knows what other types of damage would have been done to the house just trying to find the source of this fire.”

1 injured in fire in Hollywood home

1 injured in fire in Hollywood home

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA: A fire blazed early Wednesday morning inside of a house in Hollywood. As per the reports, the fire broke out near the intersection of North 19th Avenue and Buchanan Street after 6:30 a.m.

Authorities say the fire initially broke out the attic of the home. After the crew responded to the scene, the fire was under control.

Records say a person was injured in the fire. The Hollywood Fire Rescue crew treated the victim and after that, the victim was taken to Memorial Hospital.

Officials interviewed the nearby neighbors.

Billy Palmeri, one of the neighbors said, “I busted out the back window, opened the window, and tried to get inside because there were so many flames.”

The present condition of the victim is not known. The officials are investigating the reason that led to the fire.

No more information is available at the moment.

One man admitted in hospital after fire burst in the house

One man admitted in hospital after fire burst in the house 3

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA- on Wednesday morning, a man was admitted to hospital after the fire burnt the house in Hollywood.

Just before 10 p.m. in 1900 block of Buchanan Street, one man was taken to hospital on a stretcher.

There was smoke all over the house due to the fire. The man was in bad condition.

There are no further details announced yet about the health of the victim. The reason behind the fire is still unknown.

Stay with us for further updates!

1 killed in a house fire in Orlando

1 killed in a house fire in Orlando

ORLANDO, FLORIDA: The recently released reports say a house fire in Orange County killed a person in early Tuesday.

Records show the house fire broke out around 3:30 a.m. in the 3000 block of Magnolia Lake Lane near Magnolia Homes Road in Lockhart.

The cause of the fire is not known. The Orange County Fire Rescue with Lt. Claudia Fernandez said the person was found on the left side of the home. The medical examiner confirmed the cause of death of the person.

Fernandez said, ” State Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of the fire and the medical examiner is confirming the cause of death.”

As per the tweet made by Orange County Fire Rescue, “Units were dispatched to a house fire at 03:37 am. The crews did remove one deceased person. Cause of death and origin of fire are both undetermined. State Fire Marshal will conduct an investigation as to the cause of fire.”

Officials have not released detailed information about the fire. The investigation is ongoing.