FAYETTEVILLE, Ohio – Three people are dead after a fire ripped through a Brown County home Friday morning.
Brown County Sheriff’s Office officials said rescue crews first heard about the fire at the home in the 1900 block of Glady Road in Fayetteville at 7:21 a.m.
Authorities said one of the home’s residents arrived there and called emergency crews to report the flames.
First responders later found Charles Greynolds, 62, Dorthy Greynolds, 91 and Mary Taulbee, 48, dead inside the home.
Charles Greynolds died from fire-related injuries. Dorothy Greynolds and Taulbee died from smoke inhalation, according to an initial assessment by the sheriff’s office.
A final cause of death for each of the victims is pending from the Brown County Coroner’s Office. The State Fire Marshall’s Office is investigating.