A house fire in Pittsfield on Monday left a family of four without a home.
All four family members were home when the fire broke out and all escaped without injury.
Homeowner Robbin Weaver of Pittsfield Township, his wife and two sons are staying with relatives in the wake of the fire, according to Chief Brian Bull of the Garland Volunteer Fire Department.
The house was a total loss.
"We were dispatched at 18:51 (6:51 p.m.) Monday," Bull said. "When we got there the whole northwest corner of the dwelling was fully involved."
He said sustained winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour "hampered us greatly" and the fire spread quickly.
In addition to Garland, Youngsville, Wrightsville, Tidioute and Spring Creek volunteer firefighters responded to the scene. Grand Valley and Bear Lake were on standby, and Columbus fire police shut down Route 6 during the fire.
The Warren County Chapter of the American Red Cross "was there to assist the family," Bull said.
Firefighters returned to the scene on Tuesday to conduct an investigation into the cause of the fire. That investigation was not complete Wednesday and a cause had not been determined.