Dallas Fire Rescue
Emergency crews in Dallas responded to a fire at an apartment complex on Tuesday afternoon. The first firefighters at the scene reported seeing flames shooting from the roof.
Screeching alarms in the middle of the night, it’s a scenario that residents of one North Teas apartment complex say they are far too accustomed to. A real emergency is one thing, but residents say they’re tired of being woken up by false fire alarms.
A 2-alarm fire ripped through a west Dallas development project around 4:00 p.m. Saturday near Sylvan Avenue and Fort Worth Avenue.
Stan Wilson was a fireman. He happened to work in Dallas. Wilson died in the line of duty. He and four other Dallas firefighters entered a burning apartment complex in search of saving lives. WIlson’s widow sat down and talked with CBS 11 News.
Dozens tried to console a Dallas mother as she fell to her knees in tears Sunday night at a vigil outside an East Oak Cliff apartment where her 2-year-old daughter died in a fire earlier that day.
Emergency workers from all over the country will be attending the funeral for a Dallas firefighter who died last week while responding to a crash on an icy overpass.
The fire that broke out in a Northeast Dallas apartment complex Thursday, left the entire building destroyed and dozens of people without a place to live.
An intense fire sent the residents of a Dallas apartment complex scrambling on Thursday afternoon. Now, investigators are trying to determine what sparked the flames.
Dozens were left homeless after a four-alarm fire ripped through a Northeast Dallas apartment complex.
As CBS 11 News first reported, while firefighters were grieving the death of Scott Tanksley they were also getting hit by thieves. Some eight vehicles were targeted outside Fire Station 12. Now there’s been an arrest.
Funeral services have been set for the Dallas firefighter who fell to his death while assisting with a major car crash during Monday’s ice storm.
Tuesday night a Dallas firefighter was being remembered as a father, husband and man who died helping others. It was late Monday when William “Scott” Tanksley was working at the scene of a crash on the southbound Spur 408 exit-ramp.