Man injured in house fire that was intentionally set in St. Peters

  • Source: KSDK-TV NBC 5 St. Louis
  • Published: 03/24/2020 09:45 AM

A 37-year-old man was hurt in a house fire that was intentionally set in St. Peters early Tuesday morning. Central County Fire and Rescue said crews responded to the 100 block of Timberidge Drive around 3:20 a.m. The man was able to get out of their home and run to a neighbor’s home for help. The neighbor contacted 911. When fire crews arrived, paramedics began helping the victim and transported him to a hospital. “We determined the fire was set intentionally and have turned the investigation over to the St. Peters Police,” said CCFR Assistant Chief Steve Brown. It is estimated that the fire caused $20,000 in damages. CCFR was assisted by the City of St. Charles Fire Department, Cottleville Fire District, St. Charles County Ambulance District and the CCFR Community Assistance Team.


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