COTTAGEVILLE, W.Va. – A Wednesday morning fire that claimed the life of a Jackson County woman was an accidental blaze.

The state Fire Marshal’s Office said a cooking fire got out of hand in a mobile home in Cottageville and Kimberly Moore, 50, didn’t make it out. Her body was found in the hallway near the living room.

The fire was reported at around 5 a.m.

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  • Mountainsurfer

    Get a life ignorant trolls. Don't feed the trolls and they will go away.

    • Dumb Liberals

      They will?

  • Dumb Liberals

    Keeping WV #1

  • Dumb Liberals

    Just another statistic on WV's quest to maintain their #1 status. Keep grilling WV.

    • CAB

      That was someone's loved one who died. I am sure the family could care less about "#1 status" so please keep your less than compassionate comments to yourself. Thank you.

      • Mtnman

        CAB, Unfortunately they have every right to make a jacka$$ of themselves with their stupidity revealing comments.

      • Dumb Liberal

        sCAB, thank you for your uninvited suggestion, however this is not an obituary page (did you not notice the clue - metro"NEWS"). Please direct your comments of compassion to an outlet designed for such , otherwise please leave them in your spacious cerebellum so as to prevent the accumulation of cobwebs.

        • CAB

          I suggest you take your own advice and beware the cobwebs. "News" does not mean spew absurdity. You invite suggestion by posting in a public forum. If you don't want criticized then don't post. Also, there is room for compassion in all outlets.

          • Dumb Liberals

            sCAB - FACT - WV is #1 in fire deaths and we are trying exceptionally hard to maintain that #1 status and m0r0ns like you help the state maintain that #1 status. Your help, I am sure, is appreciated. How's that for an absurdity?