— UPDATE @ 5:37 p.m.: Two adults and two children have been displaced and two pets had to be rescued in the Marchmont Drive house fire.
Battalion Chief Laura Conley-Kerr, Fairborn Fire Department, said, firefighters revived one of the two pets found inside the burning home.
“It looks like it’s a total loss, from top to bottom,” Conley-Kerr said. She estimates the damage to the house and contents at $45,000 to $68,000.
The cause remains under investigation, she said.
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There were heavy flames, with fire burning through the roof, when crews arrived, she said.
The Red Cross has been called to assist the family, which has been displaced, Conley-Kerr said.
Although Conley-Kerr didn’t specifically say the fire involved the kitchen, she advises all residents to have extinguishers in the home and a fire drill plan because
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