House Fire, Attached Garage Fire in Layton, Utah — Three Firefighters Injured, Two Dogs Rescued

Pre-Arrival video shows heavy fire from the A-side of the attached garage and thick, black smoke from most of the 2-story house in Layon, Utah.

Layton firefighters responded about 3:55 p.m. Sunday, October 29, 2017, to a house fire at or near 903 East 3350 North in Layton where the fire was in a garage. The fire quickly spread to two bedrooms and the roofline above the garage, according to Layton Fire Battalion Chief Jason N. Cook.

Neighbors rescued two dogs from the home, but several other small pets, including a bird, died in the fire, according to Battalion Chief Cook.

Firefighters from Hill Air Force Base and North Davis Fire responded to the scene for mutual aid.

The fire was extinguished in about 10-15 minutes with more time need to extinguish hot spots.

Injuries: Three firefighters suffered minor injuries.
Fire Damage Estimate: $150,000


Standard-Examiner (Published in Ogden, Utah)
Fire kills several pets, causes $150,000 in damage to Layton home

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