Sacramento Metro Fire
A frantic fight to save a friend from drowning on the American River ended in tragedy Sunday.
Firefighters had to get creative Tuesday to rescue a kitten stuck in a storm drain.
Authorities say an electrical issue with a Jacuzzi may be to blame for a fire that damaged a home early Wednesday morning.
It wasn’t just trash that Capt. Shani Cornell found near Beccera Way and Jo Ann Drive. There was a small dog, trapped in a crate, set ablaze.
A Sacramento firefighter’s panic can be heard in the recordings of him calling out to his own for help as an early-morning fire turned more dangerous than first thought.
Fire crews are investigating what caused a fire that destroyed cages of linens outside of a South Sacramento warehouse early Friday morning.
Two firefighters were hurt early Friday morning while trying to help a driver seen asleep at the wheel.
Investigators are calling a fire that ripped through an Arden-Arcade area garage suspicious.
A Rio Linda home’s roof collapsed in the early hours of Christmas morning after the home was engulfed in flames.
A plane was forced to land in Phoenix Park after experiencing engine trouble, according to Sacramento Metro Fire.
Rescue crews are searching the waters of the American River after the ground slid underneath a man walking along the river Saturday night.
A heating lamp being used to keep seven puppies warm may have triggered a residential fire in Citrus Heights on Monday morning, fire officials said.