Sunday, June 09, 2002

House destroyed in fire

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Fire swept through a three-story West Price Hill home Saturday evening, but no one was injured, Cincinnati fire officials said at the scene.

        The blaze began on the first floor of the multifamily dwelling at 1035 Rosemont Ave., just south of Glenway Avenue, Cincinnati District 1 Fire Chief Steve Phillips said.

        The cause of the fire and a damage estimate were not known. Chief Phillips said it also wasn't clear how many people were in the home when the fire broke out shortly after 9 p.m.

        Chief Phillips said the house was “totalled.”


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