Westfield Firefighters Help Sheridan with House Fire

SHERIDAN, Ind. — Westfield firefighters fought a house blaze with Sheridan Fire Department this morning.  Andrew Lindsey and Jessica Sutton were home at 21797 Booker Court when they saw smoke coming from the walls.  They immediately called 9-1-1 and got out of the house–including their school-aged boy who even made it to school today.

Sheridan firefighters arrived shortly after and make quick work to extinguish the fire.  In the meantime, crews helped rescue a cat out of the home.  Everyone made it out safe–including their school-aged boy who even made it to school today.  While firefighters finished their work, investigators began their job to locate the cause of the fire.  With that, the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Mayor, Westfield Firefighters, and Police join Washington Woods Elementary Bike to School

This morning, Mayor Cook along with Westfield firefighters and police officers biked to school withWashington Woods Elementary School.  The more than 50 children and parents enjoyed the half mile jaunt from Americana Bank on State Road 32 to the school.

Mayor Andy Cook helps a young boy prepare for today's exciting bike ride to school.

Mayor Andy Cook helps a young boy prepare for today’s exciting bike ride to school.

Firefighter Derek Michael, left, rides to school with his daughter Halena this morning.

Firefighter Derek Michael, left, rides to school with his daughter Halena this morning.

Firefighter Derek Michael is ready to ride to school with children from Washington Woods Elementary.
Firefighter Derek Michael is ready to ride to school with children from Washington Woods Elementary.

Washington Woods Elementary students gear up for today's bike ride to school.

Washington Woods Elementary students gear up for today’s bike ride to school.