Human Remains Found In ‘Talkeetna Area’ Cabin Fire

The Alaska State Troopers report that a cabin fire in the Talkeetna area killed one person.

According to troopers, the initial call was received just before midnight on Saturday night. When troopers arrived from the Talkeetna post, the cabin had burned to the ground.  The next day, they returned with a Deputy Fire Marshal to search in the daylight.  Human remains were found during that search.  No positive identification has been made of the remains, and the investigation is ongoing.  Troopers say foul play is not suspected at this time.

Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters says that, since there is currently no positive ID, no further details, including the location of the fire, are being released.  Talkeetna Fire Department Chief Ken Farina says that the Talkeetna Fire Department did not respond to any structure fires in on Saturday.