Clinton house fire displaces four adults, causes extensive damage
CLINTON, Utah — The Clinton Fire Department is investigating a house fire Monday afternoon that left four adults displaced.
According to Chief Dave Olsen, of the Clinton Fire Department, a call came in at 4:02 p.m. of a structure fire at 1866 West 1520 North. When emergency personnel from Clinton Fire, Roy Fire, North Davis Fire and Hill Air Force Base arrived, the garage was fully engulfed.
According to Olsen, the fire started in the garage and spread to the second floor of the home.
It took crews 30 minutes to get the fire under control. Four adults, who lived in the house, have been displaced, and are receiving assistance from the Red Cross. However, a family cat is missing.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Fire officials say the estimated cost of damage is $450,000. There were no injuries as a result of the fire.
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