Wednesday

DOLAN SPRINGS - The Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire Department responded to a motor home fire early Tuesday morning.

Three personnel in one engine and one water tender responded to a report of a vehicle fire around 3:30 a.m. The motor home located southbound on Highway 93 at milepost 46.5 was extinguished. No injuries were reported.

KINGMAN - Witnesses reported lightning caused a fire at Century 21 Barbara Ricca Realty Sunday.

The Kingman Fire Department responded at 6:41 p.m. to the fire at the commercial structure in the 4000 block of Stockton Hill Road with two engines, one battalion chief and 11 other fire personnel. Utilities were secured before firefighters attacked the smoke billowing from the roof of the covered driveway. After removing the roof tiles, firefighters were able to extinguish the fire before 7:26 p.m. No damage was reported to other sections of the building and no injuries were reported.

KINGMAN - The Kingman Fire Department responded to a structure fire Friday at a residence.

Two engines and 10 personnel spent approximately one hour at a residence in the 2200 block of Pasadena Avenue extinguishing a fire in the living room.

Upon arrival, the occupants were outside the house trying to extinguish the blaze. KFD personnel treated one for minor smoke inhalation. A couch, possibly ignited by a cigarette, caused smoke damage to the living room. KFD personnel cleared smoke out of the house and monitored carbon dioxide levels before allowing the occupants to return to the home.

KINGMAN - At approximately 10:55 a.m. on Sunday, the Arizona Department of Public Safety received notification of a wrong-way driver on Interstate 40 at milepost 1.

At 10:57 a.m., DPS learned the driver had collided with a semi-truck. A 1998 Dodge pickup was driving eastbound in the westbound lanes when the collision occurred at milepost 2.4, a DPS news release stated.

Chad Fisher, 29, of Parker was driving the pickup. The Golden Shores Fire Department transported Fisher to the Needles Hospital in Needles, Calif. He received non-life-threatening injures and was later transferred to Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas.

Although the semi-truck received heavy damage, the driver, Gurmel Singh, 68, of Fresno, Calif., was not injured.

Alcohol is believed to have been a contributing factor. The investigation is ongoing.