Grandmother, 2-year-old unhurt after escaping Columbus house fire

A family was able to escape a house fire in Columbus.

Posted: Sep. 18, 2018 10:29 PM
Updated: Sep. 18, 2018 10:29 PM

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a massive blaze... inside at the time was a woman, young child and their pet... wtva's rebecca butcher spoke with the homeowner and joins us now with how they're doing... std." a grandmother and her 2-year-old grandchild were inside the home with the fire erupted. thankfully, fire crews responded and no one was hurt. neighbors describe the scene as person who didn't want to go on camera said she came outside after hear loud popping noises. inside of that home was valarie hubbard...asleep on the couch. she says she woke up and opened the carport door. ...seeing flames, she grabbed her 2-year- old grandchild zayn scales and ran ut...along with their puppy "blue". tommy massey, battalion chief, columbus fire and rescue. "when we arrived on scene the house was fully involved. we found out from dispatch that all residents were evacuated a that time. " ms. hubbard's son, daughter, and grandmother also lived at the home... now looking for a place to stay...thankful that everyone is living...and only material things were lost. rebecca on cam the cause of the fire in still under investigation. if you want to donate to the family there information where you can send anything you it was hot this afternoon... and dont look for it to getvery
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