A significant fire occurred today at 220 Howard in Sealy, Texas, prompting a rapid response from local emergency services. The Austin County Emergency Services District No.2 led the effort, with support from the Bellville Volunteer Fire Department, Cat Spring Volunteer Fire Department, and San Felipe/Frydek Fire Department. The fire was classified as a “working structure fire,” indicating that it was actively burning and required a substantial amount of manpower and resources to extinguish. Despite the intensity of the fire, no injuries were reported. Austin County Emergency Medical Service and Sealy Police Department also contributed to the response, ensuring the safety of the scene. The collaborative response of these agencies was crucial in effectively managing the incident and preventing further damage.



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