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State police are investigating the cause of a fire Thursday night that destroyed two neighboring vacant houses in Arnold. She was out shopping for birthday gifts for her son when the fire broke out. By then the big flames were out. At least three ladder trucks were used for an exterior attack as the roof of the first house collapsed. Arnold firefighters received assistance from a slew of neighboring departments. Crews began clearing the scene around p. Crews also battled freezing temperatures and occasional snow.
A rehab tent was set up as a warming station. A woman who said she owns one of the houses said it was vacant and did not have electrical power. She would not give her name.
Jackson and another neighbor, Tasha Williams, who lives a street away, also said that no one lived in either house. Gouza said there was power to Third Ave. On Friday, she said the second floor of her house still smelled like smoke.
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Lifestyles Front - - - -. Valley News Dispatch. Fire engulfs 2 vacant houses in Arnold. Thursday, April 1, p. Michael DiVittorio Tribune-Review. Firefighters battled a fire Thursday night that consumed two houses on Third Avenue in Arnold. The initial report was for a fire in a vacant house, but then the neighboring house — just inches away and also vacant — caught fire, too. Firefighters battled a fire Thursday night that affected two houses on Third Avenue in Arnold. The initial report was for a fire in a vacant house, but then the neighboring house — also vacant and just inches away — caught fire, too.
Brian C. Rittmeyer Tribune-Review. The damage to two vacant houses in the block of Third Avenue in Arnold is apparent on Friday, April 2,the day after an evening fire spread from the house on the right to the one on the left.
A fire spread from one vacant house to another in the block of Third Avenue in Arnold on Thursday, April 1, The damage as seen from the back the next day. The fire broke out shortly before 8 p. No injuries were reported. Firefighters eventually used ladders to get to the second floor of both buildings. Gouza said there were no issues with water or manpower. Newsletters. More Valley News Dispatch Stories. Lily's restaurant in Allegheny Township closes for season, cites lack of staffing. Air filter maker plans hiring event for new Alle-Kiski Valley facility.
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Fire engulfs 2 vacant houses in Arnold