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Paramedic Responds to Fire at Her Own House

Paramedic Responds to Fire at Her Own House



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(KSL News) An Iron County paramedic responded to a fire this morning only to find out it was at her own home.

Polly Johnson was working at the ambulance building in Parowan when she was called out on a fire. The exact address wasn't given, but she knew it was in her neighborhood.

When they arrived, her home was up in flames. Luckily no one was home at the time.

An investigation is underway to determine the cause. Officials believe it started in a wood pile or from an electrical problem.

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