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Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
Ferry Street Fire

WKBT, News8000.com

LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

Crews battled Ferry Street house fire in La Crosse

Published On: Sep 16 2013 10:01:53 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 16 2013 02:19:16 PM CDT
LA CROSSE, WI -

Another quick response time  by La Crosse's fire department  may have prevented a house from going up in flames late Friday night.

The fire department responded to a house fire on the 1400 block of Ferry Street.

Crews responded in less than two minutes after receiving the call. Fire fighters were able to contain and extinguish the fire within 15 minutes of arriving on scene.

The department credits the quick response time to year-round training.

"That is something we focus on year around, is quick response. Good solid training and quick response, and a majority of the time you will have a better outcome," said La Crosse Fire Department Division Chief Jeff Murphy.

Crews remained on scene until 10:30 Friday night.

The fire is still under investigation. Fire fighters say the cause of the fire has been determined, but has not been released yet.

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