Pampa Woman Killed In Morning House Fire
An early morning house fire in Pampa, TX took the life of a Panhandle resident and seriously injured another this morning. The structure fire took place on the 600 block of N Doucette, firefighters arrived on scene around 1:25am to battle the blaze.
Pro News 7 reports on the tragic incident.
Grady Rose, 66, had exited the fire when he approached firefighters to alert them someone else was inside the home, Powell said. Firefighters then launched a ground operation.
She said smoke was extremely thick through parts of the home.
67-year-old Linda Abbott was found already deceased inside the southwest corner of the home, Powell said.
Another sad story coming out of the Texas Panhandle that involves the loss of a life.
Keep the family in your thoughts and prayers please!
It just shows us how precious life is and how fast it can end. Today, tell somebody you love them, let your family know you appreciate them, and tell your special someone how much you care for them and how much they’ve helped you become a better person. Because you really never know when it’s going to be your time.
(*note* the above picture is not an actual picture of the house that caught fire)