Fire at Timber Creek Elementary, LIVINGSTON, October 3, 2015 - Sometime around midnight on October 3, 2015, Livingston Volunteer Fire Department, Livingston Police Department, and Americare Ambulance Service were dispatched to Timber Creek Elementary School in Livingston in reference to a fire. Firemen arrived and found fairly heavy smoke in the hall on the east side of the building. The fire appeared to coming from the vicinity of the nurse's office. The building appeared to suffer some smoke and water damage. The fire was successfully extinguished by Livingston Fire Department, however, the cause of the fire remains a mystery at this point. Firemen set up heavy duty fans to suck the smoke out of the building. While the fire has been extinguished, exactly what was burning has yet to be determined. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. The cause of the fire remains under investigation and will be turned over to the Livingston Fire Marshal.
East Entrance at Timber Creek Elementrary: The air appears hazy from smoke. Firemen from Livingston set up powerful fans to suck the smoke out of the air.
The smoke seemed to be coming from the nurses office.
Livingston Fire Chief, Corky Cochran (white shirt) speaks with fire fighter, Trace Harrison.
Officer Dallas Early (left) and Sergeant Darrell Newman with Livingston PD were dispatched to the Timber Creek Elementary.
Water from fighting the fire on the floor of one side of the nurses office.
Firmen sweep water out of the hall and the nurses office at Timber Creek Elementary in Livingston.
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