Stanley Fire Department battles a devastating house fire

More information has been released about a house fire on Al Good Drive in Stanley.

Stanley Fire Chief Terry Pettit confirms by email that the fire was reported around 7 a.m. Monday morning Aug. 1.

The house on Al Good Drive is owned by Elizabeth Howard formerly of Manassas Virginia.

Howard was scheduled to move into the home the same day the house fire was reported.

When Firefighters arrived they found fire coming through the roof of the home and took nearly thirty minutes to contain it.

The house was being remodeled and renovated for several weeks before the fire.

Five unites and nineteen firefighters from Stanley Fire Department responded to the call with tanker crews from Luray assisting.

Page County Emergency Medical Service also responded but no injuries were reported.

Fire Crews remained on the scene for almost three hours to ensure the fire was out.

The house was a total loss with an estimated $400,000 in damage.

The fire also consumed a vehicle that was parked next to the home in a carport.

The fire appears to have started in the attic with the exact cause still under investigation.

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