***Update*** Perry County Authorities say Friday morning "nothing was found to support the intial report." ***Update***
Fire crews searched along the railroad tracks in Crooksville Thursday night following a caller's tip someone had been struck by a train.
Chief Dyrall Nuwlan with the Crooksville Fire Department said that around 9 p.m. a subject called in and reported someone was hit by a train in the area of Delaware Drive in Crooksville. Roseville and...
A Stiers Lane home is a total loss after an early Monday evening fire.
All occupants of the home were able to escape the blaze with no injuries. The Assistant Fire Chief with the Newton Township Fire Department says the fire remains under investigation at this time by the State Fire Marshal's Office.
It took crews from Newton Township, South Zanesville, Roseville and Crooksville about 15 minutes to get the fire under control.
A home in Roseville is destroyed after a fire ripped through the structure and damaged other nearby homes.
Crews responded to the fire on the 200 block of Washington Street just before 11 a.m. Thursday. Below freezing temperatures created problems for the nearly seven fire departments on the scene. Roseville Fire Chief Ed Guy said the structure took about two hours to extinguish.
"The biggest thing right now that's affecting us is cold weather and...
Firefighters are able to save Christmas for a Roseville family, after a fire broke out in their home.
The fire started around 3:45 PM at 195 Main Street. Captain Bryan Stickel of the Roseville Fire Department says the blaze started in the first floor bedroom causing extensive damage. The family, consisting of two adults and one child, was displaced and is being assisted by the Red Cross. No one was home at the time of the fire.