Catlett’s Ford Road Fire Destroys Home
A Warren County fire over the weekend destroyed a single family home.
Warren County Fire and Rescue units were dispatched to the blaze along with Middletown Fire and Rescue units just after 1:30 pm. Sunday (7/14/2019). They arrived at the 600 block of Catlett’s Ford Road to find a small single family home there with fire and smoke evident from within. They worked to extinguish the fire quickly, and verified that the home’s only occupant had been able to escape. That person was evaluated on the scene for smoke inhalation, but had no other reported injuries. The fire rendered the Catlett Ford Road home a total loss, and it’s currently under investigation by the Warren County Fire Marshal’s Office. The home’s occupant has received assistance from the American Red Cross.
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