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Mason City police identify victim in September 7 house fire

(ABC 6 News) - The Mason City Police Department has identified the victim in a house fire earlier this month. Authorities said the victim is 24-year-old Tonette Wolfe of Mason City, pending DNA confirmation. The investigation into the fire and Wolfe's death are being are ongoing. Just after 5 a.m....
MASON CITY, IA
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WCIA

Christian County coroner: Woman dies after house fire

ASSUMPTION, Ill. (WCIA) — A woman is dead after a house fire on Tuesday afternoon. In a news release, Christian County Coroner Amy Calvert Winans said dispatchers got a call at 1 p.m. about heavy smoke and fire coming from a house near North Locust and East 2nd streets. When first responders got on scene, they found the house completely engulfed in fire.
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, IL
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KDRV

Burn victim flown to Portland hospital after Medford house fire

MEDFORD, Ore. — One person was airlifted to a Portland-area hospital after being severely injured in a Medford house fire on Wednesday morning. Firefighters from the Medford Fire Department responded to reports of a structure fire in the 1700-block of Dakota Avenue before 5:45 a.m. The agency asked the public to avoid the area between Jeanette Avenue and Chestnut Street during the emergency response.
MEDFORD, OR
foxbaltimore.com

At least 2 cats dead in Aberdeen fire with "extreme hoarding conditions"

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A possible power surge in Aberdeen sparked fires that damaged two homes and killed at least two cats this afternoon. The fires happened at the Spring Valley Estates mobile home park off of Old Post Road, according to a notice of investigation from the Maryland State Fire Marshal's office.
ABERDEEN, MD
KIMT

Body found in Mason City house fire is identified

MASON CITY, Iowa – Authorities say they have identified the body found after a house fire on September 7. The Mason City fire and police departments were called to a house fire at 123 N Tennessee Avenue just after 5 am on September 7. Investigators say a body found inside has now been identified, pending DNA confirmation, as Tonette Wolfe, 24 of Mason City. Wolfe’s body was found inside the residence.
MASON CITY, IA
FireEngineering.com

Greeley (PA) House Burns to Ground

Tri-County Independent, Honesdale, Pa. Sep. 22—LACKAWAXEN TWP. — A house fire erupted Friday evening, September 10 in the Greeley area. Although seemingly contained that evening, fire broke out early the next morning, burning the house to the foundation. Greeley Volunteer Fire & Rescue (Station 23) was called out at 6:08...
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
Channel 6000

Battle Ground arson victim now battling for insurance

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Though the Clark County prosecutor who handles juvenile cases say no arrests have been made, the property owner of a former Battle Ground church that was torched said 5 minors admitted to starting the fire with fireworks. In August, the Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office released...
PORTLAND, OR
WTAX

Fatal fire in Assumption

ASSUMPTION, Ill. (WAND)- A woman was pronounced dead on Tuesday after a large house fire in Assumption. According to officials, 911 received a call around 1 p.m. on Tuesday in regards to heavy smoke and flames showing at a residence in the 100 Block of North Locust, Assumption. As EMS...
ASSUMPTION, IL

Man’s Body Found In Burning Cedar Falls Home

Cedar Falls public safety officials found the body of a man when responding to a house fire in this city early Wednesday. Authorities identified the victim as 62-year-old Timothy Hersey, but they aren't yet sure if the fire caused his death. There is an ongoing investigation to determine the cause and contributing factors, public safety officials said. The State Fire Marshal’s office has been called in to assist in the investigation.
CEDAR FALLS, IA
WWLP 22News

Fireworks display in Westfield scheduled for October

WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The City of Westfield postponed their July 4th fireworks celebration this year due to COVID-19 but have rescheduled them for this October. The office of Westfield Mayor Don Humason announced Tuesday that the fireworks display has been scheduled to be held on October 9th at the Westfield South Middle School on West Silver Street. Guest can arrive after 6:00 p.m. and the fireworks begin at 7:45 p.m.
WESTFIELD, MA
sagharborexpress.com

Sag Harbor Fire Chief Outlines Need For Fireboat

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Tom Gardella said two things used to keep him up at night when he was chief of the Sag Harbor Fire Department: the threat of a major fire breaking out in the heart of the Main Street commercial district or along the village’s bustling waterfront docks.
SAG HARBOR, NY
KLTV

Man pleads to 25 years for Tyler house fire

TYLER, Texas (KLTV) - A man will spend the next 25 years in prison in connection to a fire which occurred at a home in Tyler last year. The plea agreement for David Sewejkis, 38, of Tyler took place in Judge Kerry Russell’s courtroom Wednesday. Sewejkis will also have to pay restitution for which the amount will be determined at a later date.
TYLER, TX
mocomotive.com

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FIRE MARSHALL DETONATES BACK PACK IN RIVER PLANTATION AS A POSSIBLE DEVICE

Tuesday evening Caney Creek Fire Department responded to a report of a HAZMAT scene in the River Plantation Subdivision. On arrival, they found a backpack with a note on it indicating it could possibly be a device. The Montgomery County Fire Marshal’s Office responded and after examining the backpack and running it through x-ray it was not clear what was inside. They did find many wires and other objects which could not be identified. A decision was made to detonate it inside a secure containment system. It did turn out to be several items with wire to make it look suspicious. Additional information will be available on Wednesday.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX
mocomotive.com

FIREFIGHTER LOSES HOME IN RIVER PLANTATION

At 4:51 am Wednesday Caney Creek Fire was dispatched to a house fire in the 600 block of Mobile Lane. En route additional calls started to come in that fire was showing on the back of the two-story home. Caney Creek arrived with heavy fire toward the rear of the home. Needham and Conroe Fire assisted in fighting the blaze. The home had significant damage. The home was owned by a Navasota firefighter who was on duty at the time of the blaze. At 8 am the crews were finally able to go back into service. The Montgomery County Fire Marshals Office will investigate. This was the fourth incident in River Plantation in 12-hours. Tuesday afternoon a suspicious package was found along the road and disposed of by the Montgomery County Fire Marshal’s Office Bomb Unit. While they were on that scene a large debris fire in the woods was reported to firefighters on the suspicious device scene. A second crew from Caney Creek responded to extinguish that blaze. Then at 8:25 am this morning another fire was dispatched on Robert E. Lee which was a debris fire and a second booster truck.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX

City of Tomball hires new community development director, fire chief, assistant city manager

Tomball City Council announced the hiring of three new city officials at its meeting Sept. 20. The city filled the positions of community development director, fire chief and assistant city manager. Nathan Dietrich, the assistant director of community development in Baytown, will fill the community development director position. Dietrich has...
TOMBALL, TX
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