Three Buildings Damaged in Overnight Fires

By: WSAZ News Staff Email
By: WSAZ News Staff Email

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Three buildings were damaged in two separate fires early Tuesday morning in Huntington.

The first fire started about midnight in an alley near the 900-block of Bruce Street.

Two vacant buildings caught fire and went up in flames quickly.

No one was hurt.

One of the buildings had nothing inside, the other was being used for storage.

Firefighters say there was no gas or electric hookup to either building, which makes the fire suspicious.

The State Fire Marshal is investigating.

Just hours later, a vacant home caught fire on the corner of 9th Avenue and 10th Street in Huntington.

A neighbor tells WSAZ.com she woke up to flames pouring through a window of the home next door.

She called 911 and got her family out of their home.

Fire crews were able to put out the flames and keep it from spreading.

Firefighters say it is too early to tell how that fire started or if it's suspicious.


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