The claim is shown by spraying a house saved from wildfires.
Some social media users In 2017, they are sharing a photo of a house that survived a wildfire in Kansas.
The photo shows a house with green grass surrounded by burnt land.
A.D. In March 2017, a house in southwest Kansas survived a wildfire because the owner changed his water spray before they went out to escape the wildfire.
The post received over 600 interactions in nine days. USA TODAY has been receiving the claim on Facebook since 2017.
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But the text does not tell the whole story. The homeowner told USA Today that she had abandoned the sprinter as the family fled.
USA spoke to Facebook users who shared the comment today. A social media user who shared the article from the US Army WTF Facebook page! The only reason to save a house was not just moments, the recognized sprays.
Homeowner Daniel Tajman told USA TODAY that her family had been leading the herd for weeks grazing. She also said that those who sprayed the property were running away.
But she says that soon after her family left, firefighters intervened.
A.D. In 2017, Tajichman told Wichita Eagle that firefighters had “plunged everything” into the water and created a back fire to deal with the blaze. She said firefighters are “real heroes.”
Doug Schmidt, an aide to the fire department at the time, told the United States today that firefighters from the Riley County Fire District # 1 had intervened on behalf of the house.
After the family fled, he said, firefighters flooded the house and the detached garage.
A.D. He said this in a Facebook comment when the Kansas National Guard posted a photo of the house in 2017.
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According to our research, we partially reject the claim that the photo of the bride was saved by spraying the house saved by wildfire. The landlord said she had left the sprinters running, but that the post was not the only one to save the house. The fire department also worked to save the property.
Our search sources say:
- Daniel Tajman, April 19, telephone interview with America Today
- Wichita Eagle March 11, 2017 Heroes Firefighters Survive Her Home
- Scott: Daniel Tajichman, March 7, 2017, Facebook Post
- Kansas National Guard, March 7, 2017, Facebook Post
- Doug Schmidt, April 19, telephone interview with USA Today
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