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One Person Reported Dead In Port Hueneme House Fire
Thursday May 06,
Ventura County firefighters and Port Hueneme police are investigating a house fire in which one person was reported dead.
The fire was reported Thursday evening at 7 PM in the block of Neptune Place in the Hueneme Bay Club.
Firefighters from both Oxnard Fire and the County Fire Department responded and could see smoke coming from the area before they arrived.
When they did arrive on the scene they found the house with heavy fire coming from two sides of the structure.
They also learned that someone was still inside and firefighters went into rescue mode even as they fought the fire.
Unfortunately, one person was pronounced dead at the scene.
She was identified by the Ventura County Medical Examiner as year-old Helen Schneider of Port Hueneme.
Her cause of death was pending.
The fire was knocked down in less than a half-hour.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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Heavy flames seen at house fire in Port Hueneme
A house fire in Port Hueneme late Friday morning required medical assistance for one person and brought multiple units to the scene.
The blaze was reported around a.m. in the block of North Sixth Street, according to Ventura County Fire Department reports.
Crews at the scene reported finding a single-story detached home with heavy flame coming from the front and left side.
One person was reportedly in the backyard, reports from the scene indicated. Firefighters did not find anyone inside the residence.
The fire had been knocked down by p.m., according to crews at the scene.
Three people were reportedly displaced and Red Cross assistance was requested.
The smoke inhalation victim, a Good Samaritan, declined transportation to a hospital, according to crews at the scene.
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Port Hueneme woman found dead in house fire
A Port Hueneme woman was found dead after her residence caught fire on Thursday night, according to the Ventura County Fire Department.
The fire was first reported at 7 p.m. in the block of Neptune Place. The single-story townhome is located in Hueneme Bay, a retirement community in Port Hueneme.
Crews arrived on scene to find heavy smoke and fire coming from the home. Firefighters immediately began a search and rescue operation and found one woman who was pronounced deceased at the scene, according to Battalion Chief Anthony Romero of the Ventura County Fire Department.
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The identity of the woman remained withheld Thursday night pending an investigation from the Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office. Investigators were also working to determine if the woman died as a result of the fire or prior to the incident.
The fire was reported to be knocked down at p.m., according to authorities. It was contained to the residence and caused extensive damage inside.
The cause of the fire was under investigation by the Ventura County Fire Department. Authorities from the Port Hueneme Police Department and the Oxnard Fire Department also responded to the incident.
Mike McHenry, a neighbor who lives across the street from residence, said the fire was reported by another neighbor after she noticed smoke coming from the house. He also noted the victim owned three cats, though Romero said no cats were located during the initial search of the residence.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
Jeremy Childs is a breaking news and public safety reporter covering the night shift for the Ventura County Star. He can be reached by calling or emailing [email protected] You can also find him on Twitter @Jeremy_Childs.
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