Thursday, December 14, 2000

Fire damages home in Paddock Hills




        Fire officials are investigating the cause of a one-alarm fire Tuesday evening that caused $50,000 worth of damage to a three-story home in Paddock Hills.

        Kim Clark, who lives in the house, told investigators she smelled smoke and tried to go upstairs but was overcome. She called 911 from a neighbor's house.

        Investigators say the fire started somewhere between the third floor and the finished attic.

       



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