Fire destroys house in Kendall
Photos by Tom Rivers
KENDALL – An early morning fire at a lakefront house in Kendall destroyed the home owned by MaryAnne Wedow.
The top photo shows fire from the attic. Fire officials said an investigation will continue into the cause of the fire at 16003 Lomond Shore West. No one was injured in the blaze.
Firefighters were dispatched at 12:33 a.m. for a house fire.
Two firefighters are up on the roof, trying to ventilate the smoke from inside.
The fire was smoky on the narrow road where houses are close together.
Firefighters work on the exterior of the house. Some of the walls were cut open to let out smoke and make it easier to put out the fire inside.
Firefighters head to the roof, including one firefighter with a chainsaw to help ventilate the roof.
This firefighter uses a ladder for support while cutting into the roof.
There were firefighters from Kendall, Holley, Carlton and Fancher-Hulberton-Murray at the scene.
A National Grid truck arrived about 2:15 to disconnect power from the house so there weren’t live wires on the property.