Four displaced, cat missing after fire breaks out in Clinton home
CLINTON, Utah — Four adults have been displaced after a fire caused extensive damage to a home in Clinton Monday afternoon.
The incident happened in the area of 1800 West and 1500 North around 4 p.m.
Fire Chief Dave Olsen with the Clinton Fire Department said crews arrived to find the garage fully engulfed in flames.
The blaze then traveled to the second floor of the home.
After about 30 minutes, firefighters from Clinton Fire, North Davis Fire, Roy Fire, and Hill Air Force Base Fire were able to to get the blaze under control.
Fortunately, no injuries were reported, but Olsen said a cat is missing and that damages were estimated at approximately $450,000.
The American Red Cross is said to be assisting the family.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Clinton, North Davis Fire District, Roy, and Hill Air Force Base Fire Departments responded to a structure fire in the area of 1800 West 1520 North, Clinton. Estimated fire loss $450,000.00. The fire is still under investigation. 4 adults have been displaced, no injuries reported pic.twitter.com/gZiZytQoZQ
— Clinton Fire Dept (@Clintonfire) February 1, 2022
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