Fire Guts Northeast Valley Home

Cause Of Fire Still Under Investigation

Mitch Kelly
October 18, 2019 - 6:45 am

Clark County Fire and Rescue


LAS VEGAS, NV (NV)- Fire raced through a home in the far northest Valley on Thursday night, but no injuries were reported.

Just before 7pm, The Clark County Fire Department received multiple 911 calls reporting that the front of a home was on fire at 5775 E. Cheyenne Boulevard, just east of Nellis.  

Arriving firefighters found a single story structure with heavy fire coming from multiple openings to include doors and windows.  Fanned by the strong and gusty winds the fire rapidly extended to a vehicle, trailer, family residence and other items in close proximity to the burning structure.

Clark County Fire and Rescue
Clark County Fire and Rescue

With multiple hand lines, one large volume fixed water cannon from the ground and another from an elevated position the fire fighters were able to get the bulk of the fire knocked down in about 20 minutes. 

Investigators from the Clark County Fire Department’s Fire Investigation Division were called to the scene and are currently trying to determine the cause of the fire.  At this time there are no damage estimates available.

More than 40 fire personnel responded to the incident.  Clark County Fire was assisted in this incident by units and personnel from Las Vegas Metro Police, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue and the North Las Vegas Fire Department.