SUFFOLK, Virginia (July 13, 2022): Suffolk Fire & Rescue responded to the 1000 Block of Mill
Pond Ct. for a residential structure fire. Emergency Communications dispatched the incident at
01:20 a.m.

Engine 3, Ladder 3, and Medic 3 arrived at 01:28 a.m. to find heavy fire showing from the rear
and roof of a two-story residential structure. Crews performed an aggressive interior attack
while the ladder and rescue companies performed a search. Crews were able to rescue three
(3) animals from the interior and all occupants were out of the structure upon arrival. There is
heavy fire damage to the first and second floor of the structure and the attic. There are no
injuries reported by firefighters or occupants. The Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the
cause and origin of the fire. The fire was placed under control at 02:26 a.m.

Six residents are displaced, 2 adults and 4 children, due to the fire. The
American Red Cross is assisting the displaced.

Responding units included Car 1, Battalion 1, Battalion 2, Engine 3, Engine 1, Engine 2, Ladder
3, Rescue 1, Medic 3, EMS1, Safety 1, Rehab 6, Fire Marshal 1 and 4.

Credit: Suffolk Fire Rescue