2 dogs perished, 3 people displaced in Port St Lucie House Fire

2 dogs perished, 3 people displaced in Port St Lucie House Fire

Update! 10/31/2019

Two dogs died of smoke inhalation from a house fire in St. Lucie County Wednesday morning, according to the fire district. It said the fire happened just after 8am at a home in the 400 block of Ravenswood Ln. Firefighters said although the flames were contained to the kitchen there was extensive smoke damage. Two adults and a child were displaced, the St. Lucie County Fire District said. An investigation revealed that the fire was an accident. It was caused by the stove. Photos showed that the home still had hurricane shutters up. Most local governments, including the city of Port St Lucie, require residents to remove any hurricane shutters soon after a storm passes. The rules are in place partly because of how dangerous it can be when a fire breaks out in a home with hurricane shutters up. Not only is it more difficult for firefighters to get into the home, but it can make it harder, or even impossible, for anyone inside the home to escape.

PORT ST LUCIE- Firefighters had to get through hurricane shutters at the scene of a house fire in Port St. Lucie.

At 8:03 this morning crews responded to a residential structure fire in the 400 block of Ravenswood Lane.

Two adults and one child have been displaced due to extensive smoke damage.

2 dogs perished, 3 people displaced

2 dogs perished, 3 people displaced

The Fire was contained to the kitchen, but the cause is currently under investigation.

The  two dogs perished due to smoke inhalation.



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