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Fires damage Shadyside & St. Clairsville. residences     22 September, 2005, 00:54 am
Fires damage Shadyside & St. Clairsville. residences
Fires caused damages to homes in St. Clairsville and Shadyside.

A Thursday morning structure fire in a residential neighborhood west of St. Clairsville resulted in significant damage to the basement of a ranch-style home at 47058 East Almar Lane.
Meanwhile, a representative of the state fire marshal's office was expected to be in Shadyside today to investigate the cause of a blaze, which destroyed a home at 4400 Central Ave., according to Fire Chief David Lenz.

Firefighters from Shadyside, Powhatan Point and Martins Ferry battled the fire, which began Thursday around 11:30 p.m. The blaze is not considered to be suspicious. No one was hurt during the fire, and the firefighters cleared the scene this morning at 4, Lenz said.

In St. Clairsville, contractors working at the residence reportedly observed smoke coming from basement windows at the house owned by Jo Anne Totterdale.

Three engines from the Cumberland Trail Fire Department responded to the 9-1-1 call, arriving at 11:13 a.m. where they discovered a fire in the downstairs' family room.

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Local Firefighters will has an Stay Extended     22 September, 2005, 00:51 am
Stay Extended
The state of Mississippi has asked a group of firefighters from this area to stay in Mississippi indefinitely. The group of volunteer firefighters from Hancock County, West Virginia started their journey south to Hancock County Mississippi last week. The men are helping with rescue efforts and were scheduled to work two weeks with another crew working the following two weeks. That has all changed because the state of Mississippi has requested the equipment and man power from this area stay in Mississippi indefinitely. The fire fighters say they will probably continue to rotate people in and out of Mississippi to ensure adequate fire coverage here in the Ohio Valley.


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