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School Police Officer Springs Into Action To Put Out RV Fire In Nevada

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A school district officer responded to an RV that was on fire in Moapa Valley in Nevada, a report said.

The Clark County School District Police Department said Officer J. Lescinksy noticed sparks coming from the bottom of a trailer while exiting Interstate 15.

Lescinksy, who works at the Moapa area schools alerted the RV’s driver and told him to pull over. He saw flames from the trailer’s bottom and asked the driver to unhook it from his truck.

CCSD Police claim that Lescinksy removed three propane tanks and attempted to put out the flames with an extinguisher.

“Lescinsky saw a water cannon vehicle in the field nearby,” CCSD Police posted in a Facebook message. “These trucks are used often for agriculture and soil compaction. Officer Lescinsky directed him to his location, and then used the water cannon to try to put out the flames,” the report added.

Moapa Valley Fire Department would respond to the call and help extinguish the fire, the report said

According to CCSD Police, the RV’s owners were from Florida.

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