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Two-Alarm Fire in Larksville Destroys Home, Leaves Family Displaced

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LARKSVILLE, PA - Around 3:30 P.M. on September 5th, the Larksville structure fire box was dispatched to a reported house fire. Moments after dispatch, a working house fire was confirmed with heavy fire showing from every side of the structure. The second-alarm tones were set off for more trucks and manpower, along with extra ambulances. Three firefighters were injured and transported to local hospitals for treatment. Everyone who lived in the house made it out safely. Units worked for four hours to put the blaze out and perform overhaul. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation, and the American Red Cross is assisting the family who was displaced and lost everything to the fire.

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