NEW CARLISLE, Ohio (WDTN) — Several crews responded to a house fire in New Carlisle.
According to Clark County Regional Dispatch, crews responded to a 2nd alarm house fire on Bowser Street in New Carlisle around 7:30 a.m. when the working fire alarm alerted authorities.
According to Bethel Township Fire Chief Jacob King, two adults and two children were in the home at the time the fire started. The residents attempted to put out the fire on their own with a fire extinguisher but it spread too quickly.
All four of the residents made it out of the home safely.
King reported that a firefighter was injured when ceiling material fell as a result of the fire. The firefighter was taken to Miami Valley Hospital as a precaution.
Two dogs and two cats were in the home, however, only one dog made it out. The other pets are believed to be deceased.
The house has been deemed a total loss and Red Cross is working to assist the displaced family.
According to our 2 NEWS photographer, Clark County fire, Bethel Township fire, Enon fire, Huber Heights fire and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base fire were on the scene.
It is unknown at this time what caused the fire.
2 NEWS is working to learn more and will update this story when more information is available.