Poth home burns during power outage
Wilson County NewsOctober 30, 2015, 6:48pm 2,734 views | 2 comments
Officials are saying that a candle used for light during a lengthy power outage Oct. 30 in Poth is believed to have touched off a blaze that destroyed a bedroom of a home on McDaniel Street.
According to Police Chief Lowell Hull the fire was reported at 4 p.m. and was extinguished by responding police officers. They were assisted at the scene by fire fighters from Poth, La Vernia, and Floresville who were facilitating the tornado recovery efforts in Floresville.
One of the home's three adult residents, identified as Juan Garza, suffered minor injuries and was transported via ambulance to the Connally Memorial Medical Center in Floresville.
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