UPDATE: Monongalia County home considered total loss after morning fire; only thing that wasn’t destroyed was a Bible

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UPDATE (6/16/20 2:24 p.m.)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Fire officials said that the house from Tuesday morning’s structure fire in Monongalia County is being considered a total loss, and the only thing that wasn’t destroyed was a Bible.

Fire officials said that everyone inside of the residence made it out of the house safely, including the pets that were inside. Officials said the pets were sent to an emergency vet clinic to make sure they were okay.

The cause of the fire ins unknown at this time, according to officials.

ORIGINAL (6/16/20 7:03 a.m.)

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Emergency crews responded to the scene of a working structure fire in Monongalia County Tuesday morning.

According to Monongalia County 911 Communication Center, first responders was alerted of the fire at 5:45 this morning on Statler Run Road near Morgantown.

At this time there are no injuries being reported.

Multiple Fire Departments responded to the scene including Cassville and Blacksvillle.

Stay with 12 News for further updates on this developing story.

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