The Zanesville Fire Department responded to a house fire off of Wheeling Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Fire Lieutenant Martin Mercer said one occupant was home at the time, and was cooking when she walked away from the stove. The front of the home and part of the second story were fully involved when the crews reached the scene. Lieutenant Mercer said fire fighters were able to control the flames quickly.
"Well we're just going to keep working here and make sure that we have all...
The Falls Township Volunteer Fire Department is investigating the cause of a house fire.
Fire Chief JD Johnson said the call came in around 4:40 PM at 510 Military Road.
"We found fire in the basement of the structure, which extended into the first floor bedroom," said Johnson. "We don't have a cause right now. We're still getting the smoke out of the building and looking for some hot spots, other than that, the situation is contained here."
The Zanesville Fire Department is investigating an early Sunday morning fire that injured an 11-year-old boy. It happened at 438 Shaum Avenue at 4:00 am. Fire investigators say the blaze started on the second floor of the home which is owned by Vincent Smith Sr. Investigators say the home suffered $15,000 dollars in damages. The Muskingum Valley Red Cross says one of the five family members – Austin Smith – was hurt after he jumped from a second floor window to escape the fire...
The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a house fire in Coshocton that is being called suspicious.
The Coshocton Fire Department arrived at 928 South 6th Street at 5:39 a.m. on Wednesday and found a heavily involved fire at the front of the home. Three Rivers Fire District, Jackson Township and Conesville Fire Departments were also on scene to assist.
Owners Shawn Dotsie and Tiffany Self were not home at the time of the incident. Damage to the structure is being...
Firefighters spent much of the night battling a major house fire in Zanesville.
Zanesville Fire Chief Dave Lacy said they got the call just after 1:00 Friday morning that a vacant house was burning at the corner of Putnam and Lincoln.
"It started actually on the front porch. It did get through into the first and second floors and in the attic. Firefighters were on scene about three hours putting that fire completely out, " Lacy said.