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Mother, young daughter die in RV fire near Elk

A 37-year-old woman and her young daughter died in a motor home fire early Tuesday in north Spokane County. A dog, caged outside the home and unable to flee, also perished in the fire.

Spokane fire lieutenant, missing since blaze, called true friend

Spokane Fire Lt. Terry Canfield, missing since a Tuesday morning triple-fatal fire, was called a true friend on Wednesday by those acquainted with him. The Spokane County Medical Examiner’s Office was conducting autopsies on the three fire victims Wednesday afternoon but had not made any findings public by Wednesday evening.

Fire where 3 died labeled ‘suspicious’

Spokane Fire Lt. Terry Canfield, missing since a Tuesday morning triple-fatal fire, was being called a true friend on Wednesday by those acquainted with him.

Fire south of Deer Park leaves 3 dead

Three people were found dead Tuesday in a fire that consumed part of a Deer Park-area house owned by a lieutenant in the Spokane Fire Department. Fire officials were unable to contact Lt. Terrance Barnett-Canfield after the early morning blaze at 20 E. Chattaroy Road southeast of Deer Park, and two of the victims were burned so badly that visual identification was not possible, Spokane fire Assistant Chief Brian Schaeffer said in an email to fire department staff.

Three dead at scene of early morning fire

Three people are dead following an early morning fire Tuesday that consumed part of a home southeast of Deer Park. The home is owned by a Spokane Fire Department lieutenant.

Man found dead after house fire near Eloika Lake

A man is dead after fire and explosions leveled a house and an outbuilding near Eloika Lake on Saturday night. “There were lots of explosions from ammunition that was stored in the house,” said Spokane County Fire District 4 spokeswoman Megan Hill. “That was what alerted the neighbors. They heard explosions before they saw the flames or the smoke.”

Spokane County fire districts get voters’ support

Voters in two northern Spokane County fire districts that were slammed in two recent storms won wide support for tax proposals in Tuesday’s primary. Both tax proposals easily surpassed the 60 percent threshold needed to pass.