UPDATE: 4/15/2011 7 p.m.
Fire officials are reminding residents to have a smoke detector in their attics after a Parkersburg house fire Friday afternoon.
Parkersburg Fire Captain Tim Flinn said the blaze has been ruled accidental and started in the attic of this home on the 3600 block of Sutton Place off 36th Street. He said it appears to be electrical in nature.
The homeowner, Norma Burton, and her pets made it out of the house safely.
Chief Eric Chichester said one firefighter suffered minor burns on his face.
"Unfortunately the lady will be out of a home and that's the sad part about it and all of the utilities will be shut off to it but she's already got housing right now," he said.
Chichester said he contacted the American Red Cross to help.
Firefighters are responding to blaze near 36th and Broad in Parkersburg.
A Wood County 911 dispatcher says the fire is on the 3600 block of Sutton Place.
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