3 hospitalized after mobile home fire
AUBURN HILLS, MI – Three people were transported to a local hospital after a fire broke out at a mobile home early Monday, Oct. 31, in Auburn Hills, officials said. Around 1:16 a.m., the Auburn Hills Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire in the 300 block of North Squirrel at Oakland Estates mobile home park, according to a news release. Two residents and a firefighter were transported to local hospitals for medical emergencies that occurred during the event, the release said. Auburn Hills Police Department and Rochester Hills and Bloomfield Township fire departments assisted at the scene. A fire engulfed the rear of residence, an attached deck and a shed early Monday, Oct. 31, 2022, on the 300 block of Squirrel in Oakland Estates mobile home park in Auburn Hills, Mich. All residents escaped the fire.mlive.com
Michigan firefighters rescue cats from house fire
AUBURN HILLS, MI – Auburn Hills firefighters rescued several cats from the burning home on Wednesday afternoon, April 20, officials said. Firefighters rescued several cats for the residence.Auburn Hills Fire DepartmentResidents, who all escaped unharmed, told firefighters that seven cats were still inside, officials said. Fire crews entered the residence to extinguish the fire, and were able to rescue several of the cats, officials said. Firefighters rescued several cats for the residence.Auburn Hills Fire DepartmentThe cause of the fire is under investigation. The Rochester Hills Fire Department and Auburn Hills Police Department assisted at the scene.mlive.com
Cause of Auburn Hills house fire under investigation
A look at the damage cause by the Auburn Hills based fire that happened Saturday, March 20, 2021. DETROIT – A single story family home in the 100 block of Guanonocque Street in Auburn Hills caught fire Saturday night, according to the city’s fire department. The Auburn Hills Fire Department reported that at around 11:56 p.m. Saturday crews were sent to the area after a fire was reported. The back of the home and an attached covered porch caught fire. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.
Oakland County apartment fire caused by attempts to melt ice from gutters
Authorities said a Feb. 21, 2021 Bloomfield Township apartment fire was caused by someone attempting to melt ice from the building's gutters. BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Fire crews were dispatched to an apartment building located near the intersection of Squirrel and Westview roads Sunday afternoon. According to authorities, crews with the Auburn Hills, Rochester Hills and city of Rochester fire departments responded to an apartment fire just before 2:30 p.m. According to authorities, the fire was caused by an individual who was attempting to melt ice from frozen gutters on the back of the building. RELATED: Why you don’t want to see icicles hanging from your guttersFurther details were not released.