A Zanesville family is homeless after a morning fire.
It happened at 152 Beulah Avenue around 11 a.m.
The Zanesville Fire Department says the blaze appears to have started in the kitchen and caused major damage to the home.
The Muskingum Valley Red Cross is providing aide to the seven people living at the residence. They will be staying with family and friends. It says the homeowners, Timothy and Donna Dusenberry, do not have insurance.
The memories of what happened last week are still fresh in the minds of one Zanesville family.
Michael and Annie Duling lost their 1025 Ohio Street home to a fire. They have received some aide from the Muskingum Valley Red Cross, their landlord, and their church and are staying at a local inn with their six kids, including a special needs child.
"It's important for us to be together because this is our family. It's really hard that this happened, but we want to stay together...
A vacant home is damaged after a fire Tuesday evening.
It happened around 8:10 p.m. at 119 Pierce Street.
Assistant Fire Chief Bruce Burley says the source of the fire is unknown at this time.
According to scanner traffic, a white male was seen walking from the scene of the fire. Lt. Tony Coury of the Zanesville Police Department says they are looking for the man, but aren't sure if he is connected with the fire.