Multiple crews respond to fire at Stonewood residence, 1 person transported to hospital

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UPDATE (11/6/2019 1:44 p.m.):

STONEWOOD, W.Va. — The West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s office released an update as to the condition of the patient transported as a result of the fire on Monday.

According to Jason Baltic with Marshal’s office, the patient has passed away as a result of the fire.

An investigation into the cause of the blaze is still ongoing.


ORIGINAL (11/4/2019 10:08 a.m.):

STONEWOOD, W.Va. — Multiple crews responded to a structure fire in Stonewood on Monday morning.

911 officials said Stonewood Fire Department, Nutter Fort Fire Department, Anmoore Fire Department, Spelter Fire Department and Anmoore EMS responded to the scene. Nutter Fort Fire Department is currently on scene at the residence on Elk Avenue in Stonewood with a working fire, according to 911 officials.

Officials said one person had to be removed from the residence and transported to United Hospital Center. Officials also said HealthNet had been notified, but was then cancelled while en route to the fire.

There is currently no status update on the person who was transported to the hospital following the fire. However, the Stonewood Fire Chief said two dogs died as a result of the fire.

No additional details on the fire have been released at this time. 12 News currently has a reporter on scene. Stay with us for any updates.

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