One Person Burned After Kitchen Starts on Fire Inside Home on N. Larwin Dr. in Concord

April 15, 2014 · 6 comments

Several units from ConFire & Concord Police responded to a reported kitchen fire just before 10:30am on Tuesday where two elderly residents were trapped inside the home on N. Larwin Dr. in Concord, just off Cowell Rd.

The fire was quickly extinguished, and at least one of the two residents suffered burns during the blaze.

The extend of his/her injuries is unknown at this time.

ConFire will remain on scene to remove smoke from the home.

1 Steve April 15, 2014 at 2:53 PM

I couldn’t believe all the emergency vehicles and personnel!
This must have been someone with some local clout.
I counted 5 full size fire trucks, at least 6 fire support trucks.
3 ambulances. 7 Concord PD vehicles and a 2 Concord city cars.

2 Hey... April 15, 2014 at 3:38 PM

could have been a grow house !

3 Shelly April 15, 2014 at 3:41 PM

Sorry someone was injured. So scary.

4 anon April 15, 2014 at 4:16 PM

Great response by the fire department with people trapped inside a burning house. Saved people lives.

5 Michelle April 15, 2014 at 4:57 PM

Way to go Con Fire, a life was saved thank you for all you do.

6 Upset jet April 15, 2014 at 11:09 PM

Steve,
Do yourself a favor and do some research before you come on here and make a complete fool of yourself. “Someone with local clout” has nothing to do with how many units respond to an incident. Also i can promise you that 5 “fire trucks” didnt come to the scene as their only 7 or 8 Fire trucks in the entire county. You may have seen 1 truck but the rest were “fire engines”. Something a first grader knows the difference between. Also please enlighten me on what a “fire support truck” is. Never heard of one of those before. 3 ambulances is definately not out of the norm its all dependent on how many patients there are. Sounds like you have nothing better to do than stare out your window and count the cars drive by.

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