Troubleshooting an Electrical Circuit?

I live in an older house. The ceiling fan in my bedroom has been having issues with power. It would randomly lose power and stop spinning. It was on low and I went to turn on the light and sparks flew. I lost power in the bedroom, bathroom, and hallway. I went to breaker box and flipped the breaker back on. Still no power. Could it be a fuse or something bigger?

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November 9, 20180 found this helpful

If you see sparks, this is a fire hazard and you should call an electrician in as soon as possible.

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November 10, 20180 found this helpful

Sparks are a bad thing. Please call in a pro as soon as you can to avoid a potential fire. Electricity is dangerous and can go bad quickly! Prayers for a quick and inexpensive resolution!

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