The Mahoning County coroner has identified one of the two victims from a deadly weekend house fire in North Jackson.
The coroner said one victim is 75-year-old Audrey L. Lundsford. The second victim still is listed as a John Doe until further testing is completed, but the coroner has determined he died of smoke inhalation.
Fire crews responded to a fire that started in the attached garage of the home at 1875 North Duck Creek Road at 1 a.m. Sunday. The fire consumed most of the house.
Lundsford and the unidentified male victim were found inside. The man had been badly burned in the fire.
Flu vaccine offered
Mahoning County District Board of Health, 50 Westchester Drive, is offering influenza vaccine from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday. The cost of the vaccine is $25, and $14.65 for uninsured children. No appointment is necessary.
Most private insurances can be billed. People on traditional Medicare or on Medicaid must bring their cards for billing purposes.
Trumbull Mobile Meals is looking for people interested in ensuring that no one goes hungry in their communities. Volunteers are the heart of Trumbull Mobile Meals and deliver about 100,000 meals per year throughout Trumbull County.
You can help if you have an hour to spare once a week, or even once a month. Trumbull Mobile Meals volunteers deliver meals to more than 200 individuals a day. Many churches, businesses and organizations have taken on routes on a weekly basis in service to their communities.
For information, call 330-394-2538.
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