The fast-acting fire fighters of Salt Lake City managed to knock down an RV fire Tuesday morning in six minutes flat.
Reports of a fire in a recreational vehicle at 868 S. 900 West came in at 10:18 a.m., according to Salt Lake Fire spokesman Jasen Asay. Within three minutes crews were on the scene. Six minutes later, at 10:27 a.m., the fire was completely under control. The effort was so quick that additional fire fighters who has been deployed were called off.
Asay said a woman who lived in the RV off-and-on was not injured by the blaze. She turned on some space heaters Monday night, which investigators believe ignited something combustible in the vehicle.