Missing puppy found alive in burned Macomb County apartment complex 2 weeks after fire
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – On Feb. 13, a massive fire destroyed the River North Village Apartment complex in Mount Clemens. Dino Rasera lost everything he owned in the fire. It wasn’t the material possessions he was worried about, it was his 1-year-old chihuahua puppy Marble -- who was nowhere to be found. And I never gave up after that.”Saturday, two weeks after the fire, a man was driving through the complex when he saw Marble on the top floor, peeking out through the wreckage. Despite having lost everything he’s ever owned, Rasera said he feels blessed.
Tenants jump to escape massive Mount Clemens apartment fire
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – Yellow flames and clouds of smoke filled the sky at River North Village Apartments on Sunday morning. The noise of it all was so loud, it got the attention of several neighbors. Messina also said he saw people jumping out of a window to escape from the fire. Read: 8 hospitalized, dozens displaced in massive Mount Clemens apartment complex fireOne resident of River North Village Apartments said he had only seconds to react. The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the cause of the apartment fire, which is still unknown as of Sunday evening.
Morning Briefing Feb. 14, 2021: Tenants jump from balconies to escape massive Mount Clemens apartment complex fire, Trump acquitted in impeachment trial, Biden to visit Michigan Pfizer COVID vaccine p
President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit the Pfizer vaccine manufacturing site in Kalamazoo on Thursday, Feb. 18. A recent statement from the White House noted Biden will meet with Pfizer workers who are producing the COVID-19 vaccine. The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 574,224 as of Saturday, including 15,150 deaths, state officials report. AdNew COVID-19 cases have plateaued and deaths are starting to slow. AdNew Today: Coronavirus in Michigan: Here’s what to know Feb. 14, 2021Here’s a look at more of the data:
8 hospitalized, dozens displaced in massive Mount Clemens apartment complex fire
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – Some tenants at the River North Village Apartments in Mount Clemens jumped from their balconies to escape a massive fire with heavy smoke and flames that crews worked for hours to put out overnight Sunday, a witness told Local 4 News. According to another witness, others jumped from a window to escape the fire at the apartment building on North River Road. Local 4 News reached out to the American Red Cross and Macomb County Sheriff’s Office to check on whether anyone was hurt or displaced. Fire departments from around Macomb County responded to the scene. Read more: Macomb County headlines