White House Area Home Suffers Heavy Damage In Electrical Fire
WHITE HOUSE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A home located on Hwy 76 just outside of White House suffered heavy damage after what officials are calling an electrical fire that started just after 7:pm Wednesday evening.
The home is located on Hwy 76 near Maxie Jones Rd, just a little over two miles outside of White House. MAP
According to officials, three people live in the home but only one was inside at the time of the fire. The resident told officials that he was in the bathroom and came out to heavy smoke. Within a short time the front part of the home was a ball of fire.
Firefighters from Cross Plains, White House Community and Orlinda knocked the fire down in about 20 minutes. Officials estimate that about two thirds of the home was saved but the entire house did suffer smoke damage.
Fortunately no one was injured in the fire.
The Robertson County sheriff’s Office and the THP helped with traffic control and Robertson County EMS put the residents in contact with the Red Cross.
The home is not livable and if the family decides to go public with any needs that they have we will bring it to you.
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