KGUN 9 On Your SideNewsLocal News

Actions

3 people, 3 cats saved after brush fire catches trailer

Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Three people and three cats are safe after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.
Posted at 5:53 PM, Apr 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-16 21:18:15-04

TUCSON, Ariz. — Three people and three cats are safe and three cats are missing after a brush fire caught a nearby trailer on fire Thursday afternoon, the Tucson Fire Department said.

It happened on the 6100 block of South Park Avenue at around 3:45 p.m. TFD says it took 24 firefighters to battle the blaze and one of the cats required oxygen.

Fire officials aren't sure what started the fire, but they're investigating.