Firefighters from three departments were called to a fire Friday afternoon in Mount Perry.
The fire broke out around 3:30 at 1701 Mount Perry Road.
"When the first crew arrived they just saw a lot of smoke coming out of the house and the chimney. When we got an entry team in there we found a fire in the basement," said Steve Dupler, Assistant Chief National Trails Fire Department.
National Trails, Falls Township and Glenford Fire Departments worked to battle...
There was a fire in Perry County Thursday around 5 p.m.
The Newton Township Fire Department was called to an attic fire at 10016 Township Road 57 in Madison Township.
Chief Allen Deaver says the fire was contained to the attic and is believed to be electrical.
He says the most difficult part about fighting the blaze was that the home was at the end of a long driveway, which wasn't snow plowed. A fire truck could not reach the household, so they were forced to use their...
A Dresden home is a total loss after a fire Sunday afternoon.
Dresden and Frazeysburg fire departments were called to 15840 State Route 60 around 2:45 p.m. Upon arrival Dresden Fire Chief, Carl Archer, says flames were coming out of both sides of the attic. He says the fire started in the bathroom, but the cause is still being determined. A father and his two daughters live in the mobile home, but no one was home at the time of the fire. Archer says they had the fire under...
A Muskingum County family is homeless after a fire. It happened today (Friday) at 10480 Odell Road in Frazeysburg. Daniel and Nancy Brown lived in the home which is now considered a total loss. The Muskingum Valley Red Cross is helping the family with funds to go shopping for clothing and food. The Brown’s will be staying with friends and relatives. Initial reports indicate the fire started in a wood burning stove.