By WTAJ News
ALLEGHENY TOWNSHIP, BLAIR COUNTY – The cause of a mobile home fire in Allegheny Township is in question after one of the trailers in the Eldorado Mobile Home Park went up in flames this afternoon.
According to firefighters on scene, most of the damage occurred on the metal siding and the rear of the house. No one was inside at the time. Deputy Chief Charles Wolfie says that he has many concerns when he first arrives on a scene like this.
“[We need to monitor] how close [the other homes] are, whether I need to pull a secondary line to keep that house cool while we’re working on the other house,” he said.
The Red Cross is providing assistance for the family at this time.
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By Erie Times-News
Crews from several volunteer fire departments are on the scene of a mobile home fire in McKean Township.
The fire was reported shortly after 7 a.m. in a tan trailer at 125 Timberlake Drive.
There are no reported injuries in the fire, but crews are searching it now.
By Indiana Gazette – photo by Tom Peel for the Gazette
A state police fire marshal continues to investigate the cause of a mobile home fire that displaced a family of six around 6:15 p.m. Monday at 6902 Route 240 in Green Township, according to Commodore Assistant Chief John Weaver.
Randy Patterson, Connie Overman and their four children lived at the home, according to a representative of the American Red Cross.
The Commodore, Cherry Tree and Pine Township fire departments were sent to extinguish the fire.
Firefighters from five companies Monday night were on the scene of a mobile home fire north of Greensburg.
A dispatcher from the Westmoreland Department of Public Safety said the blaze was reported just before 10 p.m. at a structure along Business Route 66 at the intersection of Meadowlark Lane and Miller Road in Hempfield.
No injuries were reported.
The structure sustained heavy damage.
North Hempfield firefighters were assisted by several units from neighboring companies.
The highway was blocked by fire trucks used in fighting the fire.
INDIANA, Pa. — State police are trying to figure out what started a fire that destroyed two neighboring mobile homes and a car parked nearby in western Pennsylvania.
Firefighters an state police say the blazes were reported sometime after 4 p.m. Saturday in White Township. That’s about 45 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Authorities believe the fire began in a mobile home being rented by four women and that wind spread the fire to a home occupied by a family of three and also burned a nearby car. All seven people were left homeless in the fire.
Nobody was hurt in the fire. A state police fire marshal was still investigating the cause on Monday.
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