3 sent to hospital after house fire in Harrison County

GYPSY, W. Va. — A Thursday night fire in Harrison County resulted in three individuals being sent to hospitals.

Authorities the fire started at around 11:30 p.m. on the back porch and spread to the attic in the home along 2nd Street in Gypsy, damaging most of the structure but not to the point where it is considered a total loss.

Crews from Shinnston, Spelter, Lumberport, Nutter Fort, Worthington, Monongah and the Harrison County EMS responded to the scene. HealthNet was called in to fly a woman to Ruby Memorial Hospital. An adult male and child were transported to United Hospital Center.

No word on the conditions or identities of the victims at this time.

The state Fire Marshal’s Office was requested to investigate the scene.





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