Firefighters respond to a fire near Moville, IA

NEAR MOVILLE, Iowa (KTIV) – Firefighters were called to a fire at an abandoned home near Moville, Iowa Friday afternoon.

Crews were called to 1450 Jewell Avenue in Woodbury County a little after 12.

The Moville Fire Chief said the homeowner was trying to burn down an abandoned home on their property when the fire got out of control.

The fire then spread to another home that the property owners live in.

The fire has been contained and no one was injured.

The chief said there is minor damage to the second home and the abandoned home has been destroyed by fire.

KTIV’s Danielle Saitta is on scene and will have details on News 4 starting at Five.



Tia Heidebrecht

Tia Heidebrecht

KTIV Executive Producer

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