Nobody was injured when fire caused extensive damage to a Nashville home on Dec. 14.
Sheriff's on the scene around 10 a.m. notified Nash County 911 that smoke was visible from the second floor and that everyone had exited the structure.
Nashville Engine 141 found a two-story residential structure with heavy fire showing from the second floor. The crew used a deck gun to perform a blitz attack while interior crews waited for incoming units.
Firefighters pulled two 1 3/4-inch attack lines along with a 2-inch backup line.
The fire was quickly brought under control.
Additional crews responded from Coopers Fire & Rescue, West Mount Fire Department and City of Rocky Mount Fire Department?.