It was a busy 24 hours for first responders starting with a house fire Wednesday night at a Foothill home.
The Taylor Creek house fire was reported around 9:40 p.m. Wednesday. When East Fork firefighters arrived, they found fire both in and out of the home.
It took nearly 50 minutes for the 19 firefighters on scene to extinguish the blaze.
Battalion Chief Matt Kruse sought aid from surrounding agencies while East Fork fought the fire. A half-dozen emergency calls were handled with the help of Carson City, Tahoe-Douglas and Mono County firefighters.
A half-dozen East Fork Fire Logistics volunteers supported firefighters by bringing water to the scene, which does not have hydrants.
The building was unoccupied when the fire broke out and no one was injured. The cause is under investigation.
Highway 395 saw three collisions on Thursday afternoon, starting with one around 3:30 p.m. at Esmeralda Avenue.
According to the Nevada Highway Patrol, a 2015 Fiat was northbound on the highway when the driver drifted across into the oncoming lanes. The vehicle struck the curb and hit a brick planter. One person was transported to Carson-Tahoe Regional Medical Center by East Fork ambulance.
A collision at Highway 395 and topsy Lane occurred when the driver of a northbound 2020 Honda CR-V made a left turn into the path of a 2018 Subaru. The two collided and the Honda driver was cited for failure to yield.
A green 1993 Ford Ranger rolled onto its side at around 4:42 p.m. Thursday after the driver stomped on the brakes to avoid backed up traffic.