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Woman pulled from burning city home

January 21, 2013

PARKERSBURG — One woman was rescued from her second floor bedroom in the 1200 block of Juliana Street by firefighters early Sunday morning. About 6:30 a.m....

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Mack76

Jan-22-13 10:52 AM

Belmont, how do you figure that's a $20,000 house? The 1200 block of Juliana Street is the historic district.

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jeffward

Jan-21-13 11:09 PM

Fantastic job PFD. God bless all.

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Belmont

Jan-21-13 3:18 PM

$100,000 damage to a $20,000 house? I guess??

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IFHPED

Jan-21-13 10:53 AM

Poor Casper, bless his little heart. Rest in peace little fella. Of course, I am glad the lady is okay.

I hate stories like this.

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proudmomofthree

Jan-21-13 9:46 AM

Poor Casper....this is why every house needs smoke detectors!

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Mack76

Jan-21-13 9:34 AM

Working smoke detectors could've/would've made for a whole lot less damage, and maybe even a living puppy at the end of it all. RIP Casper... Dogs... may we humans learn how to be as selfless.

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Suncity

Jan-21-13 5:43 AM

It is simply inexcusable to not have working detectors on every level.

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AaronL

Jan-21-13 5:20 AM

Prime example to have WORKING smoke detectors,in every room of the house. Poor poochie; He gave his all.

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