Fire crews in Detroit had trouble putting out an early morning fire due to frozen equipment on Friday, but were about to extinguish the blaze without any extra equipment.
Make sure smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are working, and keep an eye on anything that has to do with fire says one insurance agent.
According to reports, family members are upset because they discovered their loved one’s body in the basement after firefighters put out the fire.
Two women who died in a house fire in Battle Creek have been identified as an elderly mother and her 63-year-old daughter.
At least four houses were reportedly on fire near Vernor and Oakdale St. in southwest Detroit. Witnesses say they saw a man running from the home that exploded with his clothes on fire.
Firefighters responded Saturday morning to house on St. Louis near Seven Mile Rd. and Mt. Elliott where 53-year-old Rita Walker was found in her bedroom.
The cause of the blaze is still being investigated, although the fire appears to have started in the back of the two-story home early Saturday in western Michigan.
A judge has given a 3- to 15-year prison sentence to a father of two small boys who died when a fire started after he left them home alone in Detroit.
The cause of the blaze is under investigation, but a official say something just didn’t smell right about this fire.
Arson could be to blame for a suspicious fire that damaged an abandoned house on Detroit’s west side.