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150-year-old Medina County home catches on fire Saturday morning

The fire broke out around 6:22 a.m.
Credit: Medina Fire Department

MEDINA, Ohio — The Medina Fire Department and neighboring departments responded to a house fire early Saturday morning after a 150-year-old home broke out in flames. 

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The fire broke out on Wooster Pike in Montville Township at around 6:22 a.m.

According to a Facebook post from the Medina Fire Department, when firefighters arrived, they discovered "heavy fire conditions" near the South side of the house. 

Crews remained on the scene for hours doing overhauls to ensure all of the hidden pockets of fire were under control. 

The 150-year-old home's structure was saved, but there was a lot of damage on the first and second floors. 

One resident was treated for smoke inhalation and was taken to Medina Hospital but is expected to recover. 

No firefighters were injured during the fire. 

The Medina Fire Department was assisted by the Lafayette Township Fire Department, Sharon Township Fire Department and Seville-Guilford Fire and EMS. 



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