You can change the location at the benefits of separate education for boys and girls time. HENRIETTA TWP, MI – A frantic tenant notified Joe Ruberto Friday afternoon of a fire at the front of his house. He rose quickly from his position near the TV, put on his hat, fetched his coat and went looking for his keys.
This took maybe 40 seconds, but it was nearly too long. I almost got trapped in there like a rat,” Ruberto said. The fire spread quickly, filling his home with smoke he had not noticed or smelled moments earlier. 29 destroyed Ruberto’s home on Laredo Drive off Hawkins Road in Henrietta Township. The renovated 1976 trailer was divided into two apartments, one occupied by a family of three, and all the residents were unharmed. It was the second trailer wrecked by fire Friday in the township.
Bunkerhill Road, north of Coonhill Road. A fire that began in a garage had spread to the home. A man, his wife, her daughter, a relative, a toddler and two dogs escaped the structure, but cats perished, the owner’s brother and neighbor, Mark Moon, said. Henrietta Township fire Chief Richard Wetmore said he did not yet know the causes of the fires. He arrived Friday afternoon to find the second trailer ablaze.