DFW Scanner Nightly Recap: December 27, 2018
The DFW Scanner Nightly Recap is a quick look back at today’s incidents covered on DFW Scanner. Your Nightly Recap is a great way to catch up on the latest news of the day.
Here is your Nightly Recap for today’s stories.
Earlier this morning, Fort Worth firefighters were back on the scene of a large scrap yard fire from last night. Quint 12 and Engine 25 were at the scene to contain a few more hotspots. At this time, the fire is completely under control. Read the original report here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/large-fire-at-fort-worth-recycling-plant-sends-smoke-widespread-smell-of-fire/
An early morning house fire in Celina heavily damaged the home of an Allen firefighter and his family. The fire was first reported around 4am. Celina, Prosper, and Frisco firefighters all responded to the scene. Read the original report and find out how you can help here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/early-morning-house-fire-in-celina/
Multiple agencies were called to the scene of a possible drowning and water rescue situation south of the Eagle Mountain Lake dam early this afternoon. A body was recovered around 6:30pm. Read the original report here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/water-rescue-tarrant-county/
Melissa Fire personnel along with multiple law enforcement were called to aid multiple workers who had become trapped at their vehicle after driving through a flooded roadway. All workers were rescued safely. Read the original report here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/multiple-people-rescued-from-stalled-van-in-melissa/
Argyle firefighters were paged to respond to a large residence with a garage on fire in the Lantana area this afternoon. First arriving units found heavy fire showing. The fire was mostly contained to the garage, although smoke was located through the residence. Read the original report here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/lantana-fire/
At least three people were transported from the scene of a multiple vehicle accident on eastbound Interstate 20 at Kelly Elliott in Arlington early this evening. One person was extricated by Arlington firefighters and taken to MCA. Thankfully, no serious injuries. Read the original report here: https://dfwscanner.net/2018/12/27/arlington-emergency-responders-working-multiple-vehicle-crash-on-i20-person-trapped/
These are the stories we covered today. For tomorrow’s Nightly Recap, check back around 9pm. Thank you for following DFW Scanner!