Firefighters respond to RV fire off Finfeather Road
Firefighters responded to a RV fire Thursday afternoon on Finfeather Road near W. Dodge Street, and according to the crews on the scene it took them less than ten minutes to extinguish the flames.
Before that, heavy black smoke could be seen in the sky south of downtown Bryan.
According to a neighbor, the fire started after the owner attempted to start the RV's engine. Firefighters on the scene said the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
When the flames first started, a neighbor and the owner used a water hose to try and put it out. They say they were trying to prevent the flames from damaging vehicles and property that were nearby.
Fire officials say that no one was hurt and no other property was damaged. The neighbor says the RV owners chicken narrowly escaped the flames.