A woman killed when she went back into her burning home on Thanksgiving to rescue her dogs has been identified.
- 47-year-old Jody Reymiller killed in Shelby County blaze
- The fire is under investigation but is believed to be accidental
- Fire happened Thanksgiving morning at house on Pasco-Montra Road near Ohio 274
Jody Reymiller, 47, has been identified as the victim of a fatal fire in Shelby County early Thanksgiving morning.
Crews that first arrived on the scene of the fire on Pasco-Montra Road near Ohio 274 around 5 a.m. and reported the structure was fully involved in flames with one person trapped inside.
The home was severely damaged and one man was treated for smoke inhalation and transported to an area hospital.
Reymiller’s older sister said she made it out initially but re-entered the home for her dogs.
The fire is under investigation and believed to be accidental, according to officials.
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