The Zanesville Fire Department will continue flushing hydrants on the northend of town on Friday.
Crews will be flushing hydrants in the general area of the west side of Frazeysburg Road from Northpointe Drive to the City limits including Gorsky Drive, Kohl’s Shopping Center, Northpointe Mall, Home Depot and all side streets.
Flushing will be from 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
Residents in these areas may experience discolored water and reduced pressure.
The Zanesville Fire Department will continue its hydrant flushing program on Monday, April 27.
Hydrants will be flushed on Pershing Road on the east side of Pine Street to Muskingum Avenue including Zanesville Metropolitan Housing Authority and the west of Pine Street from West Main Street to Melrose Avenue, Ridge Avenue, Perry Lane, Ayers Street, Dryden Road and Muskingum Avenue.
Flushing will begin at 7:30am and end at 2:30pm. Residents in these areas may experience...
A tree that fell onto a house has left at least 4 people displaced Wednesday evening.
The incident happenend around 3:00PM at 149 Galliger Street. We spoke to Rex McManes who has been living at the home for a little over a year now. He was inside when the tree fell, and described to us what it was like.
"I was in and out of a movie I was watching, I turned around and the whole house shook....my sister--our rooms are on the backside and it fell right down the middle. Alright...
Several days of heavy rain combined with the severe storms Thursday have caused flooding across the area.
The Zanesville Fire Department said drivers can run into major problems during these conditions. Firefighter Greg Brocklehurst said there doesn't need to be much water on the road for cars to get swept away.
"Even six inches of water is enough to stall most vehicles, most cars, Firefighter Greg Brocklehurst said. "As little as a foot of water can move a lot of...
At around 6:25am this morning the Zanseville Fire Department responded to a house fire at 229 Van Buren street.
The call was made by a fire fighter who was on his way to work. When crews arrived on scene the front half of the one and a half story structure was engulfed in flames. The flames were extending into the roof, according to Chief Eric Waltemire it took around 30 minutes to get the fire under control. The owner of the home was not inside at the time as they had left for...
Already this year eleven children have lost their lives in house fires across the state.
To try to counteract that high total, the Zanesville Fire Department is educating both parents and kids on what to do in case of a house fire.
"We don't take our pets, we don't take our toys," Hobson said. "We just get out of the house, we go to a special meeting place. That way there's accountability for the children for the parents. First thing we do is check with the family...
The winter months are typically the busiest for firefighters because of unsafe heat sources.
As we are in the midst of some of the coldest temperatures of the year some people have begun to use alternative sources of heat such as stoves and space heater.
"Unfortunately we've been on a few scenes lately and we've gone in the house feels quite warm, we walk in and their electric stove, gas stove, is going full tilt. That's not a good source of heat," said Zanesville Fire...
Firefighters are not at liberty to wait for the cold to pass before heading to a fire.
The low temperatures of late can make it very difficult for firefighters to do their job. Lieutenant Doug Hobson at the Zanesville Fire Department said the splash back from their hoses can soak their gear in the matter of minutes.
"Normally during a house fire, we get so cold, so soaked that you don't get rewarmed until you get back here, get your gear changed, get a nice hot shower, so it...