ire caused heavy damage to a home, displacing the family members who resided there on the city’s south side Tuesday night, according to Kenosha fire officials
The Kenosha Fire Department responded to the 7:15 p.m. blaze at 7816 23rd Ave., according to Battalion Chief Ken Schroeder. Fire fighters were dispatched to the scene and when they arrived, “smoke and flames were showing in the back of the house,” Schroeder said.
“Approximately 50 percent of the structure was involved with smoke or flames,” he said. “There were three occupants in the home. They all were able to get out before we arrived.”
He said two youths and one adult had been in the home at the time of the blaze and were able to exit before firefighters arrived. No one was injured, he said.