Zane Roe Obituary, Death – A man was discovered to have killed in a fire that broke out in his home on Tuesday in Warren County, according to the officials in charge of firefighting operations in that county. The firefighters from the Turtlecreek Township Fire Department responded to a call of entrapment at a two-story house that had taken fire on State Route 48 at around 8:35 in the morning. The house was located in Turtlecreek Township.
According to Assistant Fire Chief Brian Elleman of the Turtlecreek Township Fire Department, when officials arrived at the scene, they observed a significant amount of fire contained within the property. A person was found inside the property, and it was later determined that he had already passed away at the scene of the event. According to the information provided by the Warren County Coroner, the deceased has been identified as Zane Roe, who was 93 years old.
Roe was said to have been a resident of the residence by the coroner. Because of smoke inhalation, a second victim required medical assistance at the scene of the incident. According to Elleman, it is thought that the individual entered the property in an attempt to rescue the victim who was trapped inside; nevertheless, the rescue attempt was failed. The victim was unable to escape from the residence.
Elleman claims that it is widely believed that the two are related and are members of the same family. According to the assistant fire chief, who indicated that many agencies came to the area to put out the fire, the fire was put out around fifteen minutes after employees arrived on the site. The assistant fire chief added that numerous agencies came to the area to put out the fire. According to Elleman, there is presently an inquiry being performed to discover what caused the fire and where it was initially started.