Ala. family escapes early morning house fire

 Thursday, November 7, 2013

 FOX 10

A family of six is homeless after an early morning fire. Mobile Firefighters were called out to 113 Bishop Wilmer Drive, off Hurtel Street, around 3:30am Thursday morning, November 7th. A woman and her five children, ages 10, 11, 12, 14, and 16 were inside the home when the fire broke out. The 16-year-old discovered the fire and alerted the rest of the family and all escaped unharmed. The fire appears to have originated in the kitchen around the stove area. According to the mother, she lit a cigarette from a burner on the stovetop. There was a pan of grease sitting on the stove top that had been used previously to cook something. The mother told investigators she couldn’t remember if she turned the burner off or not. Investigators believe the burner was left on thus heating the grease and causing the fire to occur.

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