PLYMOUTH — A 46-year-old mother of three children died in the greater alarm fire Thursday morning in Downtown Plymouth.
An autopsy was conducted today on the deceased victim found in an apartment at 408 East Mill Street after the fire Thursday morning. The deceased has been identified as that of the missing 46-year-old female, Tammy L. Aschenbach, who lived at that location. “Our sincerest condolences go out to her family and friends,” said Deputy Police Chief Christopher Ringel.
The fire scene investigation will continue into next week and the area is secured and off limits to the public according to police. The building at 414 East Mill Street has been released to the owners, however the displaced victims of 404 and 410 East Mill Street are still being assisted by the American Red Cross.
East Mill Street will has re-opened but will close again on Monday and Tuesday when the investigation resumes.
The Plymouth Fire Department was dispatched to 408 East Mill Street just before 1 AM on Thursday, November 9th. Initial reports indicate the fire may have been between the floors. When police officers arrived, heavy black smoke was reported.