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Close Call For Sherman Man When Fire Burns Shed

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SHERMAN, TX -- Scary moments for a Sherman man when he thought he might lose his house.

Around 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, resident Tracey Briscoe says he woke up to find flames coming from a storage shed behind his house in the 2500 block of North Hickory near Lamberth.

The shed is a ways behind the house, but the fire was spreading up into the trees, and he called the fire department to put the fire out.

"I was just getting up putting the coffee pot on and go look outside," says Briscoe. "It's all my stuff back there, you know, like movies and TVs, stuff like that."

Firefighters showed up several minutes later and made quick work of the blaze, spraying it with foam, Briscoe said. No one was hurt.