Cause of blaze that killed two undetermined

PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE The house at 1990 SR 53 is shown boarded up Monday.

McCUTCHENVILLE — Sycamore Volunteer Fire Department has completed its investigation into a fatal fire in Wyandot County’s Tymochtee Township that occurred early Saturday morning.

Chief Rodney Clinger of Sycamore Volunteer Fire and Rescue said the cause officially was undetermined Tuesday.

“Nothing suspicious,” he said.

The fire originated in the basement, near a wood burner, he said.

At 12:45 a.m. Saturday, Lisa Stock, 34, reported her house at 1990 SR 53 was on fire, according to Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office.

Lisa got her daughter, Alana Stock, 1, out of the house through a window, and Sgt. Brandon Kromer of Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office got Lisa out through a window.

Lisa’s husband, Shawn Stock, 37, and their other daughter, Avery Stock, 2, still were inside, according to the sheriff’s office.

Firefighters found Avery, and Avery, Alana and Lisa were taken to Wyandot Memorial Hospital in Upper Sandusky.

According to the sheriff’s office, Shawn was found in the residence and pronounced dead at the scene, and Avery was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Personnel from McCutchenville Volunteer Fire Department, Sycamore Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Carey Volunteer Fire Department and EMS, Upper Sandusky Fire Department, Wyandot County Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Management Agency, NBS Joint Fire District, NBS EMS District, Bascom Joint Fire District, Life Flight, Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, North Central Electric Cooperative and Ohio Department of Transportation assisted.

State Fire Marshal’s Office assisted with the investigation, and Wyandot County American Red Cross assisted at the hospital.

Monetary donations for the family are being accepted at www.gofundme.com/assist-family-loss-due-to-fire and at Benton General Store, 392 Benton Road, Sycamore.

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