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Family moves forward after fire destroys home

 Wednesday, August 21, 2013

 Coshocton Tribune

Ginger Young can picture exactly how her two-story Coshocton Road home used to look. The four-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath house was built in 1901, just outside Otsego. It was white, with a green addition on the front, an enclosed porch in the back and hanging flower baskets everywhere. More importantly, it was home for 19 years. But now it’s gone. The Youngs’ house burned down Saturday in a fire apparently caused by a second-floor air conditioner. Firefighters returned to the scene at least three times to extinguish hotspots, and now, just about all that’s left standing is a charred chimney, but that likely will topple, too, Ginger said.The house was “really old, but it was home,” she said. “It’s our life in there.”
The fire was reported by a passer-by about 9:30 p.m. Saturday.

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