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UPDATE: Fire Investigated at Intentional Hit-and-Run Suspect's Home

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UPDATE (10/11/17 12:19 p.m.):

Philippi Volunteer Fire Department officials confirmed that a structure fire Monday evening on West Spall Lick Road was the home of Junior Collins, who was arrested for intentionally and fatally hitting a 16-year-old boy with his vehicle.

Philippi VFD officials said the cause of the fire is believed to be suspicious. No injuries have been reported. 

Gordon Barlow, the man charged with arson after an incident on the same property earlier this week, was in jail at the time of the fire, according to Philippi VFD officials.  

The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating. 


ORIGINAL (10/10/17 10:02 p.m.):

Fire crews are currently on the scene of a working structure fire in Barbour County.

According to 911 dispatchers, the fire started on West Spall Lick Road just before 9 p.m.

The Philippi Volunteer Fire Department, the Belington Volunteer Fire Department, the Nutter Fort Volunteer Fire Department, West Virginia State Police, the Philippi Police Department, the Barbour County Sheriff's Department and Barbour County EMS responded to the scene of the fire. The State Fire Marshal's Office was also notified. 

This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News for the latest. 

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