Fire damages Danaher Street apartment house.

June 24, 2019

Fire damages Danaher Street apartment house.


LUDINGTON — Several tenants were displaced following an apartment house fire this morning at 108 E. Danaher St. Ludington Fire Department was dispatched to the three apartment house at 6:06 a.m. Fire Chief Jerry Funk said all the residents in the home had been sleeping and were awaken by smoke detectors.

He said the fire had started in the back of one of the apartments. Fire had gone up a wall and into the attic. “The firefighters did a really good job at knocking down the fire so it limited damage to one apartment,” Funk said, adding that nobody was hurt.

The American Red Cross was called to assist the residents of the house. The Mason County Fire Relief Fund has also offered financial assistance.

This is the second apartment house fire in the city of Ludington this month. On June 11, fire damaged a three-apartment house at 302 S. Washington Ave.

Emergency crews responding to the Danaher Street fire included Ludington Fire Department, Ludington Police Department, Mason County Sheriff’s Office, and Life EMS.

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