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Knowing diabetes to keep your risk in Check

Crews were called Sunday night, Nov. 12, 2017into a fire at an apartment building at 14 E. Canal St. at Troy.
STEVE BAKER / STAFF

Fire breaks out in Troy apartments, displaces families

Neighbors react to Butler Township fatal fire

Neighbor: Woman bangs on door, states that she can’t get her husband out of burning home

Austin landing tree light

Christmas comes early to Austin Landing

1 dies after fire destroys Butler Township home

One killed, one hurt at Butler Twp. House fire

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Crews were called Sunday night, Nov. 12, 2017into a fire at an apartment building at 14 E. Canal St. at Troy.
STEVE BAKER / STAFF

Fire breaks out in Troy apartments, displaces families

Neighbors react to Butler Township fatal fire

Neighbor: Woman bangs on door, states that she can’t get her husband out of burning home

Austin landing tree light

Christmas comes early to Austin Landing

1 dies after fire destroys Butler Township home

One killed, one hurt at Butler Twp. House fire

Knowing diabetes to keep your risk under command

Fire breaks out in Troy apartments, displaces families

Sunday, November 12, 2017 @ 9:26 PM
By: Breaking News Staff

East Canal Street flame

TROYCrews were called tonight into a fire at an apartment building in Troy.

Smoke was within the two-story building at 14 E. Canal St. when firefighters arrived.

According to initial reports, some households are displaced and the American Red Cross contacted.

We are on scene and will update this report as we learn details.

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Neighbor: Woman bangs on door, states she can’t get her husband out of burning dwelling

Sunday, November 12, 2017 @ 5:40 PM
By: Breaking News Staff

Neighbors react to Butler Township fatal fire

BUTLER TWP. “It is quite psychological. This household was treasured in the community … to get it end in such a dreadful manner, it’s gut-wrenching,” neighbor Roni Seale said.

A man in his 70s was killed Saturday night after he was trapped inside his burning home in the 500 block of Little York Road. The flame hurt his wife.

Officials said no additional information, including the couple’s names, would be released until Monday.

Seale said she had been home around 10:30 p.m. Saturday wrap up what was a relaxing day watching a movie, eating apple pie.

1 dies after fire destroys Butler Township home

“We then hear the most dreadful bang on the back door,” she said.   “There she was, only covered in soot and saying ‘My home is on fire. Call 911! My husband’s interior, I can’t get him out. ”’ 

Seale said her stepfather went through the back door and tried to follow the guy’s voice inside, but he couldn’t see and was gasping for air. He had to stop the woman from moving back in again.

Just before firefighters arrived, a police officer went indoors with his flashlight, but he, also, couldn’t get to the man.   “They had to pat him down to put out the embers on him when he came out,” Seale said.

The fire already was raging when crews arrived.

“We had been unable to get in the home due to the character of the flame and how involved it had been by the time that the crews came,” Butler Twp. Fire Chief Dan Alig said.

Seale said the man had difficulty walking and it had been her understanding he fell as they had been trying to get out. Afterward, his wife couldn’t lift him.

The woman was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, where she is being treated for smoke inhalation injuries.  

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Christmas comes early to Austin Landing

Saturday, November 11, 2017 @ 11:58 PM
By: Breaking News Staff

Austin landing tree light

MIAMISBURGIt is beginning to look like Christmas in Austin Landing in Miamisburg.

A winter market, live entertainment, a Veterans Day Jeep parade and special visit from Santa Claus led up into the event highlight: the light of the Kettering Physician Network Christmas tree.

Austin Landing is a 142-acre development for retail, entertainment, dining and office area off Interstate 75 in the Austin Boulevard exit.

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One killed, one hurt in Butler Twp. House fire

Saturday, November 11, 2017 @ 11:31 PM
Sunday, November 12, 2017 @ 1:59 AM
By: Breaking News Staff

1 dies after fire destroys Butler Township home

BUTLER TWP. UPDATE @ 5 p.m.

Fire officials confirm one individual died in a fire that destroyed a Butler Twp. Home late Saturday.

The entire body of a man was found within the home. A woman, the wife of the deceased victim, was shot to Miami Valley Hospital.

The charred remains of a home can be understood at the 500 block of Little York Road in Butler Twp. Sunday morning. Jeffrey Brown/Staff

One man is presumed dead at a Butler Twp. house fire. 

Fire officials said they came to the home in the 500 block of Little York Road to locate flames through the roof. One man was found outside, and another individual, a male, was reportedly trapped indoors.  

“We had been unable to get indoors due to the character of the flame and how involved it had been by the time crews arrived,” said Butler Twp. Fire Chief Dan Alig.  

Fire crews continue to fight the blaze and have not been able to create it within the construction.  

The Montgomery County coroner is on scene.  

Fire officials confirm one individual died in a fire that destroyed a Butler Twp. Home late Saturday.

The woman found outside was taken into an area hospital. Her condition is unknown, however, Alig said she had been conscious.

The State Fire Marshall’s office is on scene.

At least one man was injured Saturday night at a fire that destroyed a Butler Twp. home.

A passerby reported that the blaze around 10:20 p.m. in the two-story home in the 500 block of Little York Road, based on an emergency dispatcher at Huber Heights, which manages fire and police calls for Butler Twp.

The flame drew a large response, together with crews from Butler Twp., Clayton, Harrison Twp. and Vandalia, the dispatcher said.

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