Wednesday Mar 30 2011 comments How a fire can instantly disrupt lives -A +A Buy This Photo Now This flare-up happened during the overhaul process, which Lincoln Fire Chief Dave Whitt said was ?the search for hidden and remaining fire.? Firefighters worked quickly to extinguish it. Firefighters worked to vent the roof. ?We cut a hole in the roof so we can extinguish the fire and it releases toxic gasses,? Lincoln Fire Chief Dave Whitt said. During the salvage process, one Roseville firefighter brought to the family what looked like a wedding album and toolbox. Smoke from Sunday?s fire could be seen from a block away at about 12:30 p.m., along with numerous sirens from the multiple agencies responding to the fire. The Lincoln Police Department barricaded the street from motorists. At least 50 residents lined the streets, some from neighboring houses, others from apartment complexes in the area. What used to be a couch was hauled out as firefighters removed contents of the house. Contents of a second-floor bedroom were removed via the window, including this mattress. Homeowner Juan Huerta and his son, Luis, 9, look on as contents of their home are removed and placed on the front lawn. Lincoln Fire Chief Dave Whitt (right) discusses the situation with Placer County Fire Battalion Chief Fred Lopez as firefighters work to prevent further damage to a neighboring house.