House fire destroys old farmhouse in Weber Canyon

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House fire destroys old farmhouse in Weber Canyon

Newly installed fridge burst into flames, homeowners say
A house fire likely started by an electrical problem in a new refrigerator destroyed an old farmhouse in Weber Canyon on Oct. 10.
No one was injured in the fire, but the home is a “goner,” according to homeowner Dave Sessions.
A Whirlpool refrigerator had just been installed in the home of Dave Sessions and Lee-Ann Hill, but burst into flames later that evening.
Dave Sessions and Lee-Ann Hill are currently renting a place in Durango while the refrigerator company is investigating the incident. They plan to stay on the farm, although the house is destroyed.
The fire itself destroyed the kitchen, entry, and bathroom, although the rest of the house also suffered smoke and melting damages.

House fire destroys old farmhouse in Weber Canyon

A house fire likely started by an electrical problem in a new refrigerator destroyed an old farmhouse in Weber Canyon on Oct. 10.
No one was injured in the fire, but the home is a “goner,” according to homeowner Dave Sessions.
A Whirlpool refrigerator had just been installed in the home of Dave Sessions and Lee-Ann Hill, but burst into flames later that evening.
Dave Sessions and Lee-Ann Hill are currently renting a place in Durango while the refrigerator company is investigating the incident. They plan to stay on the farm, although the house is destroyed.
The fire itself destroyed the kitchen, entry, and bathroom, although the rest of the house also suffered smoke and melting damages.
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