Tia Nabours, 3 other killed in Clovis house fire

Chassidy Broadstone identified as Warren fatal fire victim

Chassidy Broadstone identified as Warren fatal fire victim

Tia Nabours Death – According to the reports of the Clovis Police Department, on Thursday morning, four bodies were discovered inside of a house that had been destroyed by fire. When dispatch received a 911 call reporting the fire in the 500 block of Wallace Street at around 2:20 in the morning, crews were dispatched to the scene of the fire. Both the police and fire departments of Clovis responded. Three of the four victims of the fire in Clovis have been positively identified by the police.

Anna Dutton Stated

A witness reportedly made an effort to reach the victims and save them, as stated by the Deputy Fire Chief Faye Craigmile. “They were screaming for help,” said Anna Dutton. “My brothers and cousins tried to help them, but the fire went out of control.” Joshua Ward, age 33, Tia Nabours, age 43, and Christopher James, age 41, her boyfriend, were all taken from this world. The official report from the police department states that they perished from inhaling smoke.

GoFundMe campaign

The identity of the fourth victim has not yet been determined. The investigators came to the conclusion that the fire started by mistake. The victims were using the stove to heat their home when an accident occurred and something caught fire on the stove. A GoFundMe campaign was established by Nabours’ daughter in order to contribute toward the cost of burial arrangements.

Related topic: House fire in Clovis Sunday afternoon

On Sunday afternoon, the Clovis Fire Department responded to a house fire at a newly renovated residence in Clovis. Around midday, a fire on Poppy Lane, close to Barstow and Minnewawa Avenues, was reported. The fire was reported as an apartment on the initial call, but when firemen arrived, they discovered that it was actually a sizable, two-story, refurbished residence with 2,000–2,500 square feet. According to firefighters, there was a significant fire on the first level of the house that was escalating to the second floor.

The possibility of the fire spreading to one of the nearby homes was also present. The Fresno County Fire Department and the Clovis Fire Department were able to battle the fire immediately and confine it to the original residence. They then succeeded in putting out the fire. Although no firefighter or civilian injuries have been reported, two cats did perish in the blaze, according to the authorities. The investigation stage for the incident has begun.

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