Meridian Fire Department Captain Luke Smiley (right) delivers a cat (named Little Girl) rescued from a three alarm house fire to homeowner Jolene Madison (left). Dispatchers received a call about the fire at 2:19 p.m., said Paul Roberts, a division chief for the Boise Fire Department. Boise firefighters were joined by crews from Meridian, Eagle and the Whitney Fire District. About 30 firefighters, along with Boise Police, responded to the scene. The three-alarm fire was brought under control within a half-hour. No one was injured, although one resident was treated for smoke inhalation, Roberts said. Wednesday June 1, 2016
Meridian Fire Department Captain Luke Smiley (right) delivers a cat (named Little Girl) rescued from a three alarm house fire to homeowner Jolene Madison (left). Dispatchers received a call about the fire at 2:19 p.m., said Paul Roberts, a division chief for the Boise Fire Department. Boise firefighters were joined by crews from Meridian, Eagle and the Whitney Fire District. About 30 firefighters, along with Boise Police, responded to the scene. The three-alarm fire was brought under control within a half-hour. No one was injured, although one resident was treated for smoke inhalation, Roberts said. Wednesday June 1, 2016 Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Meridian Fire Department Captain Luke Smiley (right) delivers a cat (named Little Girl) rescued from a three alarm house fire to homeowner Jolene Madison (left). Dispatchers received a call about the fire at 2:19 p.m., said Paul Roberts, a division chief for the Boise Fire Department. Boise firefighters were joined by crews from Meridian, Eagle and the Whitney Fire District. About 30 firefighters, along with Boise Police, responded to the scene. The three-alarm fire was brought under control within a half-hour. No one was injured, although one resident was treated for smoke inhalation, Roberts said. Wednesday June 1, 2016 Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

2 families displaced in Boise 3-alarm fire

June 01, 2016 02:40 PM