The caller eventually did make her way out of the home … before she seemed to ask again if she should try to put out the blaze on her own.
“Do not try to put the fire out,” the dispatcher can be heard telling her, “and do not carry out anything that’s on fire, OK?”
Several times throughout the call, the woman referenced the size of the inferno … saying at one point, “It’s getting bigger and bigger.”
Thankfully, she did note that “no one’s injured” and “everything is fine.”
Firefighters eventually arrived on the scene and put out the flames roughly an hour or so after the call was placed. Hill was not present at the time that it started, though he left Miami Dolphins practice early to get a handle on the issue.
As for the cause of the blaze, officials said last week a child who was playing with a lighter accidentally caused it all.
Despite the distraction, Hill went on to play in the Dolphins’ pivotal game against the Bills on Sunday night — and scored a touchdown.