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Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, South Orange Fire Chief Daniel Sullivan and South Orange Police Chief Kyle Kroll have announced that authorities are investigating a fatal fire that occurred in South Orange, early Friday morning.
Two boys and two girls ranging in age from 10 months to 7 years old died in the fire, according to Langlade County Coroner Larry Shadick. Langlade is about 90 miles northwest of Green Bay.
A house fire on the south side of Cedarburg results in one death and one injury of those inside when it began July 5, 2019.
Firefighters around 9:30 p.m. responded to a report of a tree fire at 1108 N. Stover Street in Visalia. While firefighters were responding, reports indicate the fire spread from the tree to the residence, according to a department news release.
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Spooner made the 9-1-1 call and was still on the phone with a dispatcher when the teen stopped talking, Harwood said.
A beloved great-grandmother died Thursday morning in Queens when a fire broke out in her New York City Housing Authority apartment, officials said and family said.
The State Fire Marshall's Office said it is still investigating a fatal fire at the Captiva Club Apartments in Town N' Country that killed Velasquez and her children on Wednesday.
REAGAN, Texas (KWTX) State Fire Marshal's Office investigators were in Falls County Thursday, looking for the cause of a house fire Wednesday night that claimed the life of an autistic 16-year-old boy and sent his 17-year-old sister to an area hospital.
Firefighters arrived just after 7 a.m. to the girl’s home in the 5800 block of South May Street and were told someone was trapped inside a burning brick two-flat, according to Deputy District Fire Chief Thomas Carbonneau. The girl’s grandfather, Kevin Nowell, said he was trying to kick in a door to rescue the girl, but he was stopped by a police officer who had arrived at the scene.
The Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal said Tuesday, April 30, there does not appear to be a larger issue or citable violations at an apartment complex where a mother and 8-year-old child were killed in a fire.
Firefighters responded to a fire around 11:20 p.m. Monday at a home in the 7800 block of South Rhodes in the Chatham neighborhood.
One person died after a fire engulfed a home in Anson on Sunday morning, Sgt. Ken Grimes of the Office of the Maine State Fire Marshal said.
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The fire is said to have happened in the early morning hours in the 2500 block of Frederick Rd.
A woman was killed in a house fire Thursday morning in Fayette County, officials said.
The fire was reported about 4 a.m. on Greater Point Marion Road in Point Marion.
A small child was killed and two adults injured when fire tore through the garage and part of a Pear Park home at 3057 1/2 Hill Ave. before midnight Saturday
Family members says Charolette Lynn Alley died from the injuries she suffered in the mobile home fire on March 5. The fire also killed the girl's grandmother, Judy Kay Alley.
GUATEMALA CITY — As fire swept through the classroom, the pleas from the 56 girls locked inside began to fade.
A homeowner and one of her tenants died Monday in a house fire in a North Patchogue ranch that Suffolk County police said had no smoke detectors.