Red Springs, NC (September 24, 2020) – On Wednesday morning, September 23, a woman was killed in a fatal house fire in Red Springs.
The incident, according to fire crews, took place around 4:38 a.m. When fire crews arrived at the scene of the fire at 67 Beck Street, they found a single-story wood home fully-involved in flames. There were two passenger vehicles and an RV in the yard that was also on fire.
Fire crews immediately went inside the home and found that a woman was trapped. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Police confirmed that she was the only person at home when the fire took place and she had lived in the home for about a year.
While the woman’s son was moving the RV onto the street from the yard, he suffered a cut and minor burns to his hand. He was treated at the scene by paramedics.
The house suffered extensive damage.
Police continue their investigation into the circumstances of the incident.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.
Fatal Fires in North Carolina
North Carolina fire-related fatalities take place more and more every year within the state. In 2018, approximately 133 people died in North Carolina fires, many of which took place in homes. Losing somebody you love to fire might be one of the most challenging things that you have ever endured. If you have suffered these losses, it is imperative for you and your family to understand that you have options moving forward.
Fires take place in North Carolina monthly due to many different reasons. The injuries that result from these events can include severe burn injuries and smoke inhalation, both of which can lead to serious effects. Losing a loved one in a fire might be one of the most devastating things that you have ever endured. It is not easy to move forward and grieve your losses as you face a variety of finances that continue to pile up against you. Because of this, it is essential that you speak with a North Carolina wrongful death attorney as soon as possible about your claim. Find out more about our proven track record of success representing families who have lost loved ones in North Carolina at http://www.riccilawnc.com/results/.
Our accident attorneys at Ricci Law Firm, PA are here for you if you have suffered traumatic losses due to a fire that was not caused by your loved one. We understand that this might be one of the most overwhelming times in your life and are here for you when you need us the most. We will assist you along the often-problematic path toward compensation for aspects like medical expenses your loved one incurred before their passing, funeral costs, pain and suffering, and so much more. We believe that you should not have to stand alone after you have suffered these losses. Please do not hesitate to contact a North Carolina accident attorney at (252) 777-2222 to find out how we can assist you.
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