UPDATED Ways To Help Fire Victims From Tuesday Night’s Two Residential Fires

(MITCHELL) – The community in Mitchell and Bedford is wanting to help the fire victims from the two house fires that took place on Tuesday night.

Richard and Linna Reynolds

To help Richard and Linna Reynolds you can make cash donation at Mutual Bank (next to Old Ruler) in Mitchell. An account named “Linna Reynolds Fire Victim Fund” has been set up. All you have to do is deposit money and they will get it.

“We want to thank everyone for their support, and God bless,” said Linna Reynolds.

“They are so happy to see many good people have stepped up and helped them so far,” says Brandon Hack, who is a neighbor to the Reynolds.

Mitchell and Marion Twp. responded to 103 East Warren Street when an electrical fire severely damaged their home.

American Red Cross talks with John Roll and Trisha Monnier

Trisha Monnier told WBIW last night that they believe clothing is the only thing that they will probably need after a fire damaged their home.

The clothing needs for their children are:

  • Brantley age 8 – Wears 10/12
  • Korbin age 4 – Wears 5T
  • Remmington age 6 months – wears 6-9 months.

Clothes can be dropped off for the children at 1730 O Street.

The American Red Cross has placed the family at Super 8 Motel in Bedford

A refrigerator is to blame for the house fire that damaged their home at 40 Davis Drive. Shawswick, Marion, and Pleasant Run Fire Departments responding to that blaze.

No one was injured in either fire.