Wednesday Mar 30 2011 comments How a fire can instantly disrupt lives -A +A Stephanie Dumm/News Messenger Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerThis 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. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerFirefighters 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. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerDuring the salvage process, one Roseville firefighter brought to the family what looked like a wedding album and toolbox. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerSmoke 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. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerAt least 50 residents lined the streets, some from neighboring houses, others from apartment complexes in the area. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerWhat used to be a couch was hauled out as firefighters removed contents of the house. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerContents of a second-floor bedroom were removed via the window, including this mattress. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerHomeowner Juan Huerta and his son, Luis, 9, look on as contents of their home are removed and placed on the front lawn. Stephanie Dumm/News MessengerLincoln 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.