Tuesday, September 13, 2011
North Canton fire officials say they should know more information in about a week
- POLICE & FIRE
- Morgan Day
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
North Canton fire officials have not yet determined what caused the fire at a four-apartment townhouse Aug. 2, but they said they should know more in about a week. The fire destroyed the building at 413 Sherbrook Circle, in a development near the intersection of North Main Street and Holl Road. No one was injured, and firefighters rescued four cats from the burning building. North Canton Patch updated Facebook several times while covering the fire, ran this story initially and then added a video story the next day. We'll continue to bring you updates as more information is available.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
North Canton fire officials still aren't sure what caused the blaze, which destroyed a townhouse in the 400 block of Sherbrook Circle
North Canton fire investigators still are trying to determine the cause of a house fire that caused $850,000 in damages Tuesday. First-in crews discovered the fire in the attic area above the family room in the four-apartment, two-floor townhouse at 413 Sherbrook Circle. Firefighters responded at 2:51 p.m. and had the fire under control at 3:40. The fire caused extensive damages to the second floor apartments. Crews remained there until 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to a news release from the North Canton Fire Department. Carol Eckman of 413-C and Shirley Prandine of 413-B were inside when the fire broke out. No injuries were reported, and responders saved four cats from one apartment. Passerby Richard Miller saw fire coming from the roof …
Watch as firefighters extinguish a fire that destroyed a North Canton townhouse Tuesday afternoon
You can find more information about the Sherbrook Circle fire in this update from Tuesday evening.
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
The residence comprises four apartments, all of which are unlivable after an afternoon blaze
North Canton fire officials were uncertain this evening what had caused a fire that destroyed a four-apartment townhouse on Sherwood Circle. Firefighters responded just before 3 p.m. and spent about 45 minutes battling the blaze. They stayed well into the evening tending to smoldering sections and ensuring the safety of residents and adjacent homes. "I could see smoke from the station when we left," Fire Capt. Gary Coen said. "It was coming out of the east side." Coen said one person was home at the time, and the woman already was out of the house and across the street when firefighters arrived. He wasn't sure if the resident or a neighbor or passerby had called 911. Responders rescued four cats and treated a couple of them in a nearby …