Titusville and Brevard County Fire Crews Douse Large Barn Blaze Off Fox Lake Road

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Five dogs on the property accounted for and safe

The Titusville Fire Department, along with Brevard County Fire Rescue units, responded to a major barn fire off Fox Lake Road on Wednesday afternoon. According to the Titusville Fire Department, one person suffered smoke inhalation but refused treatment. Five dogs on the property were accounted for and safe. Titusville Fire Department officials said that an extensive overhaul is required and the cause of the fire is unknown but under investigation. (TFD image)
BREVARD COUNTY FORE RESCUE E22, R20, R23 and District 20 provided Titusville Fire Department with automatic aid for a barn fire Wednesday afternoon. (Skip Dugan image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Titusville Fire Department, along with Brevard County Fire Rescue units, responded to a major barn fire off Fox Lake Road on Wednesday afternoon.

According to the Titusville Fire Department, one person suffered smoke inhalation but refused treatment.

Five dogs on the property were accounted for and safe.

Titusville Fire Department officials said that an extensive overhaul is required and the cause of the fire is unknown but under investigation.

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The Titusville Fire Department, along with Brevard County Fire Rescue units, responded to a major barn fire off Fox Lake Road on Wednesday afternoon. According to the Titusville Fire Department, one person suffered smoke inhalation but refused treatment. Five dogs on the property were accounted for and safe. Titusville Fire Department officials said that an extensive overhaul is required and the cause of the fire is unknown but under investigation. (TFD image)
The Titusville Fire Department, along with Brevard County Fire Rescue units, responded to a major barn fire off Fox Lake Road on Wednesday afternoon. According to the Titusville Fire Department, one person suffered smoke inhalation but refused treatment. Five dogs on the property were accounted for and safe. Titusville Fire Department officials said that an extensive overhaul is required and the cause of the fire is unknown but under investigation. (TFD image)
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