When I went to the scene, the Facebook live stream I attempted the first time failed, I went live on TikTok for almost twelve minutes when it froze on me, and that is when I went on Facebook Live.
The first video is from TikTok; the photo below shows the time stamp.
Here is the video, where three people claimed they were inside the house when the fire started. I downloaded the video and uploaded it to YouTube so everyone could see it. This was interesting because when I first got on the scene, we spoke with a neighbor that told us the house was vacant. This is a developing story, and we will bring you more once we learn more. Units spent two hours on the scene to extinguish the fire.
If you cannot see the embedded video, here is the link:
As you can see, I was not getting views in TikTok, and we could not locate our own live feed on Jennifer's phone; we ended up ending that stream and immediately started the one from facebook shown below.
In case you cannot watch the video above, this link will take you to Facebook where you can see it there.
A special shoutout to Nick Vores for the stars; that was cool, thank you.
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