At least two people were injured in a house fire in North Huntingdon Township Monday night.
It started around 9 p.m. at a home in the 200-block of Cherry Lane.
Officials say two firefighters were injured, after being hit by a hose.
Back up was requested from additional fire companies.
No word on any additional injuries or what may have caused the fire.
NORTH HUNTINGDON (KDKA)- Fire officials are looking into a blaze that destroyed a Westmoreland County dry cleaning businessSunday night.
According to officials at the scene, it started just after 8 p.m. at The Joseph Krow Company in the 1100-block of Parker Drive in North Huntingdon.
The fire quickly spread throughout the facility, which is home to a commercial laundry division, commercial dry cleaning division and a commercial specialty division.
The Joseph Krow Company employs 200 people and services more than 4,200 customers in 12 states.
Owner Steven Rudick released a statement overnight to KDKA-TV:
“In the wake of the unfortunate events that transpired last evening, the Joseph Krow Company is committed to providing uninterrupted service to our customers, by partnering with local affiliates during a time in which we rebuild. The Joseph Krow Company is proud of the impact it’s had on this region as one of the largest employers and is looking forward to welcoming its experienced team members back to servicing our customers. We are very blessed there were no injuries, and extremely thankful to all the men and women who fought the fire. We truly appreciate the continued support of our customers and community.”
Fire crews were still on the scene Monday morning and there’s no word on what may have caused the fire.