Four escape house fire in north Hutch

By Michael Stavola
Hutchinson News – June 14, 2018

Four people were alerted by smoke detectors and escaped a house fire early Thursday morning in north Hutchinson, the Hutchinson Fire Department stated.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

The HFD responded at 6:18 a.m. to 3302 Thunderbird Drive for a house fire. When firefighters arrived, they found “15 to 20” foot high flames out of a bedroom window on north side of the second floor where firefighters believe the flames started. Reno County EMS treated one person for injuries.

Firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to the attic. However, the bedroom and a bathroom had “extensive” damage and the second floor also had extensive heat and smoke damage.

Three cats were inside the home, the HFD reported. One was able to escape and firefighters are looking for the other two.


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