Firefighters responded to 434 Parkcliffe Ave. after a neighbor reported the fire about 11:30 p.m. Sunday. The children’s mother, who jumped from a window to escape the blaze, said five children were trapped inside.
A child was killed and an adult was injured in a fire early Wednesday.
The fire took place outside of Mt. Storm in Grant County around 1:30 a.m.
A neighbor notified 911 that the house was on fire.
Authorities made public a list of 297 people still unaccounted for Wednesday night as they announced that the number of people who had been killed in the deadliest wildfire in California history had grown to 56.
It's been nearly two months since a fatal fire in the Eight Mile community claimed the lives of three people and we still don't know exactly what happened that night.
Mansfield Fire Prevention Officer Harlan Barrick was at the scene, along with Mansfield Crime Lab technician Cindy Reed and Mansfield police Det. Matt Loughman.
Police have not identified the person who died, but the Sweet Home Central School District says one of its students was killed in a fire.
Lore Smith was found in the Browns Mills home shortly after firefighters responded around 8:45 p.m. She was pronounced dead at an area hospital, said Joel Bewley, public information officer for the
Two-year-old Zvi Ginzburg and his five-year-old sister Efrat die in fire in a residential building on Beitar Illit. Seven other injured.
Flames ripped through their home Saturday morning on Nevada Street near Toepher.
Eight people ranging in age from 3 months to 16 years died Sunday when a fire blazed through a home during a sleepover in Chicago
It appeared the fire burned itself out. In certain instances, Ashworth said, “a fire will produce enough smoke to choke the oxygen out and extinguish itself.”
Firefighters responded to the complex just after 1:00 am to find smoke coming from a second-floor apartment window. Firefighters put out a small fire within 5 minutes and found the woman dead in the room.
A mother and her infant son who died in a Dayton fire that started in a kitchen early Thursday morning have been identified.
The victims were identified as Charonda Childs, 23, and Cassius Childs-Hunt, 7 months, according to family members and the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.
The first unit to arrive in the Briarwood Hills subdivision saw heavy fire showing from the roof of the home.
When crews arrived, the front part of a home was fully engulfed in flames. The 52-year-old man who lived in the home died.
“The fire was difficult to extinguish due to heavy involvement upon arrival of fire crews and extension into the attic space with limited initial responders to extinguish the fire and conduct interior victim search,” the Helena Fire Department said in a news release. “At the time the fire occurred, many of the apartments were occupied and the tenants were able to self-evacuate. Unfortunately two pets were lost in the apartment building.”
A South Dakota National Guard soldier died Friday while responding to a house fire in the western part of the state as a member of his town’s volunteer fire department.
Staff Sgt. David Fischer, 43, served as a survey team member with the Rapid City-based 82nd Civil Support Team. He was killed while battling a fire with the Sturgis Volunteer Fire Department and other local first-responders, according to a South Dakota National Guard statement Sunday.
Fischer served as the assistant chief with the Sturgis Volunteer Fire Department, where he had worked for 22 years.
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At 10-years-old, Alexa Alarcon faced more adversity than most children her age. But her strong and noble spirit left a mark on her fifth-grade teacher after just a few weeks.
"She had a brace on her leg. She had been hit by a car when she was 3. She never wanted to use the elevator. She never wanted any help. She never complained," Jane de Haven said.
Police have arrested and charged two people in connection with a Scarborough rooming house fire that killed an 18-year-old international student.
Police are alleging that a man and a woman were "negligent in providing proper fire protection and safety at a home that they own and operate as a rental property," a news release sent out on Monday reads.
Construction workers at a neighboring site called 9-1-1 at 9:47 a.m. Sept. 5 to report a house on fire at 806 Dounce Street, according to Lafayette police.