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A home in Campbell was damaged during an electrical fire late Monday.
The fire broke out just after 11 p.m. in the 100 block of 16th Street.
Campbell Fire Chief Nick Hrelec said the fire started from an overpowered breaker that overheated.
Flames and smoke spread up the walls to the attic. Second floor rooms were damaged, but the woman living in the house escaped injury.
A fire in Youngstown kept crews busy early Tuesday morning.
The fire broke out just after 1 a.m. in the 300 block of Potomac Avenue.
No one was home at the time, the residents were out of town, but there is extensive smoke damage to the second floor and the attic.
A cause has not been determined. The fire is under investigation.