At 7:47 pm Saturday evening- the Anderson County Sheriff's department is reporting "a possible drowning in Kincaid at Lot 6- North Lake by the golf course."
Kincaid is in southeastern Anderson county.
There are yet no other details.
Other fire departments have been sent to fill-in empty CJC fire stations. The heat index during this firefight is around 100-degrees.
No word on occupancy of the house- or any injuries thus far
UPDATE - 1820 CDT - The fire was reported under control at 5:09 pm- but CJC firefighters as well as those from at least 2 other departments remain at the scene putting out hot spots.
No injuries have been reported- as firefighting crews have been rotated in and out of the burned structure as heat indices have passed the 100-degree mark
There were water problems from the beginning at this location. Command ordered several water tankers to help provide water to the fire.
Thunderstorms have formed over central Metro K.C. moving over the Northland. Up to 1.5-inches of rain has fallen in some areas so far.
Those storms are ahead of the main show: a wall of strong to severe t-stms in eastern Kansas- shown on the radar image.
The storms will be entering western Johnson to Wyandotte- Leavenworth counties in about an hour- and will spread over the rest of Metro during the 10-o'clock hour.
Expect a Mama Nature light show- downpours with some hail.
Keep tuned to KSHB-41 for the very latest warnings on this potentially dangerous system (we're preparing to shoot some video).