Firefighters revive kittens
Reports said firefighters and paramedics were able to revive three lifeless cats found in a kitchen fire at a 529 Parkcliffe Ave. just before 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Firefighters were called after the homeowner said she was cooking something, turned the stove off and the oven blew up, reports said. Reports said the home was full of clutter and there were six cats inside and three of them ran out.
The other cats were found lifeless in the cellar from smoke inhalation but they were able to be revived, reports said. The Red Cross is helping the two women who live there with living arrangements, reports said.
Reports said there was a leak in a natural gas line to the stove which caused the fire. Damage is listed at $2,500. There were no injuries.
Youngstown fire under investigation
The cause of a fire that broke out early Monday morning in Youngstown is under investigation.
Crews were called about 1 a.m. to a house at the corner of Northwood Avenue and Forest Glen Avenue.
The vacant house was fully engulfed in flames when crews arrived. The flames caught nearby foliage on fire, but crews were able to contain it while they let the structure burn down.
Firefighters help man from burning Yo. house
Youngstown firefighters pulled a man from his house, which had caught on fire, early Tuesday morning, before he suffered any serious injury.
Firefighters at the scene said the flames started around 6:30 a.m. at the house, located at 2811 South Avenue.
A man, who lives at the house, was in the basement when the fire broke out upstairs. Firefighters found him and escorted him out of the house before he suffered serious injury.
Emergency workers took the man to St. Elizabeth's Hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.
The cause of the fire and the amount of damage it caused are under investigation.
Vacant 346 W. Dewey Ave. home burns to the ground
Fire reports said a vacant 346 W. Dewey Ave. home burned to the ground early Tuesday morning.
Reports said the home was already fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived about 12:45 a.m. They were called by a nearby neighbor, reports said.
Damage is listed at $1,000. There were no injuries.
Two injured in crash
A man and woman are at Saint Elizabeth Health Center following a one-vehicle accident on the North Side.
Youngstown police and fire crews were called to East Woodland Avenue near the Himrod Expressway just after 4 p.m. for a Ford SUV that rolled over.
The man and woman were thrown from the vehicle. It is believed they were the only ones inside at the time.
The pair's condition or what caused the accident is not known.