Mid-County Fire Protection District crews were dispatched to a two-story residential structure fire late Saturday afternoon that caused significant smoke and heat damage, but no injuries as a result.

Mid-County Fire Protection District crews were dispatched to a two-story residential structure fire late Saturday afternoon that caused significant smoke and heat damage, but no injuries as a result.  

At this time, the fire is believed to be accidental, but under investigation by the Mid-County Fire Marshall. 

According to a press release from MCFPD Chief Frandsen, firefighters were on the scene until approximately 6:15 p.m. on August 5, 2017 after initially being dispatched at 3:56 p.m. to the residence located at 2982 State Road V.

Upon arrival, units found the residence with "heavy fire" showing in the rear corner or the residence. The fire had originated on the lower floor and spread to the upper floor and attic resulting in damage to the upper and lower corners of the the residence, according to the release. 

"Crews made a quick attack on the fire and were able to bring it under control in approximately 30 minutes," the release stated. "The fire is believed to be accidental with probable cause being fumes from acetone being ignited." 

MCFPD responded with two engines, four tankers, a ladder truck and a squad. Mutual aide included an engine from Osage Beach Fire Protection District, while Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District moved an engine to MCFPD's Station #2 for continued district coverage. 

Other agencies that assisted included the Camden County Sheriff's Office, Linn Creek Police Department and Camden County Ambulance. 

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