The house of a Twitch streamer caught fire mid-broadcast

A Twitch streamer had no choice but to evacuate his house mid-stream as it started to burn down.

Streamers can find themselves caught in some of the most hilarious and heartbreaking situations. It's all great and fun if it's the former. When the latter happens, it can feel like you're almost there with them. Case in point, Twitch streamer, RSN_Radishboy, literally had to leave his live stream running as his house was burning down.

Talk about a harrowing experience, a streamer and his audiences had to witness their house going down in flames in the middle of a live stream.

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On January 27, Radishboy was live streaming as he played Old School RuneScape when he heard the fire alarm go off. A few moments later, Radishboy decides to check it out to find out that his house had already caught fire. At that point, the streamer still found the time to let viewers know what was happening before calling 911 and never came back.

It's not clear what Radishboy saw when he left the room and where the fire started, but it's evident that it was no small house fire.

Unfortunately, you can no longer find the original VOD online, but you can check out this link here to see how everything unfolded. You can see from the clips how smoke completely engulfed his room in just ten minutes. For a long while, audiences did not know what happened to Radishboy, although some of his RuneScape friends did claim that they managed to get a hold of the streamer just as the fire was happening.

According to his most recent tweet, Radishboy is alive and well. The same can't be said for their home though. At the moment, Radishboy is asking for privacy as he and his family is "trying to salvage things now" after the fire department told him that they could no longer go back and live in the house again.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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