Kenneth Doolin Obituary, Death Cause – It has been determined that a guy passed away as a result of a fire that occurred in a mobile home in Preble County. Kenneth Doolin, 57, of New Paris was found to be the victim of the fire that occurred on Thursday evening, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. This information was confirmed by the Preble County Sheriff’s Office on Friday afternoon. Thursday’s fire in Preble County claimed the life of a male resident of the mobile home.
Initial reports indicated that a trailer was on fire and that someone was trapped inside, so at 10:46 p.m., firefighters and deputies from the Preble County Sheriff’s Office were rushed to the 6500 block of State Route 121 in New Paris, according to Sheriff Mike Simpson, who spoke to News Center 7. According to Sheriff Simpson, the investigation is being conducted by the Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal’s Office, and the coroner is also present at the scene. “We are going to still be here for a while tonight,” he told News Center 7 earlier.
The corpse of the deceased person is going to be taken to the Dayton coroner’s office, where Sheriff Simpson stated an autopsy would most likely be performed later on today. According to Sheriff Simpson, this trailer fire prompted a response from six different fire departments, three different ambulance services, and deputies from the Preble County Sheriff’s Office. The cause of the fire is still being investigated at this time. “As the fire department and emergency medical services arrived on the scene, we were able to determine that there is one male who has passed away inside the mobile home,” he added.