Fire broke out on Tuesday evening
Fire crews on the scene said the fire was mostly contained to one property and no one was inside the house when the fire broke out.
No injuries were reported.
The inside of the home on Franklin Street was pretty much gutted by the fire.
Dispatchers told Channel 11 that two people were taken to a hospital.
The Undercliff Volunteer Fire Department said that a second-alarm was called for additional manpower.
The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Allegheny County Fire Marshals Office.
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Fire broke out in a home on Industry Street
There were no immediate reports of injuries.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
Crews battled an overnight fire at a historic restaurant in Donegal.
An Irwin man pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor charge stemming from a 2017 fire at his former home in Youngwood.
Shaun Wallace, 41, was ordered to serve two years on probation and six months of house arrest for his involvement in the second of two fires police said were set at 222 S. 3rd St. on Sept. 8, 2017.
Felony counts of arson, reckless burning and risking catastrophe were dismissed as part of a plea deal approved by Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court Judge Tim Krieger
Crews were called to the scene of a house fire in McKeesport Thursday.
It started just before 11:30 a.m. at a home on Ridge Street. Video from the scene shows heavy damage to the home.It’s unclear how the fire started or if there are any injuries at this time.
Fire was reported early Wednesday morning
A firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion after responding to a fire in Pittsburgh’s Allegheny West neighborhood on Wednesday morning.
The two-alarm fire was reported a little after 1 a.m. at a building on the 900 block of Western Avenue.
ROCHESTER, Pa. — At least four people, including firefighters, are hurt as crews continue to battle a massive fire in Beaver County.
Two buildings are on fire in the 100 block of Brighton Avenue in Rochester.
Three firefighters were also taken to a hospital with shoulder and leg injuries.
They’re all expected to be OK.
Rochester Assistant Fire Chief Mike Mamone said the fire started in an apartment and then spread to an antique shop and other parts of the buildings.
Mamone said crews are using a county drone so they can better see where the water is most effective.
They also have brought in tankers for extra water supply.
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KITTANNING (KDKA) – An early morning fire in Armstrong County sent at least one person to the hospital.
Dispatch confirmed the person was taken to the hospital and crews remain on the scene.
Their condition is unknown.
The fire happened on Water Street in Kittanning.
CECIL TOWNSHIP, Pa. — An elderly woman was killed in a house fire Tuesday morning in Washington County, a Cecil Township fire chief at the scene told Channel 11.
The Washington County Coroner identified the woman who died as Rose Churray, 81.
The 911 call for the fire at a home on Swihart Road in Cecil Township came in at 5:25 a.m.
Fire officials said an elderly woman was found dead inside the home after the fire was put out.
Arson Suspect Charged In 8 Fires Around… – Pittsburgh, PA – Police say 15 suspicious fires have been set in Homestead and Munhall. They have a suspect in 8 of these fires, a news release said.
GREENSBURG, Pa. —
The Westmoreland County coroner was called to the scene after a fire broke out in an apartment building in Greensburg Monday night.
One person has died following the fire in Westmoreland County.
The fire was reported a little before 11:40 p.m. at Autumn Brook Apartments in the area of Indiana Avenue near Luzerne Street and Allegheny Street.Firefighters spent hours on the scene though there did not appear to be major damage from the outside of the structure.
Officials have not released identities of anyone involved in the incident.
There was no initial word on the cause of the fire.
HAVANA — A fire set off by a lightning strike at an oil storage facility raged uncontrolled in the Cuban city of Matanzas, where four explosions and flames injured 121 people and left 17 firefighters missing. Cuban authorities said a unidentified body had been found late Saturday.
Firefighters and other specialists were still trying to quell the blaze at the Matanzas Supertanker Base, where the fire began during a thunderstorm Friday night, the Ministry of Energy and Mines tweeted. Authorities said about 800 people were evacuated from the Dubrocq neighborhood closest to the fire,
The government said it had asked for help from international experts in “friendly countries” with experience in the oil sector.
Deputy Foreign Minister Carlos Fernández de Cossío said the U.S. government had offered technical help to quell the blaze. On his Twitter account, he said the “proposal is in the hands of specialists for the due coordination.”
Minutes later, President Miguel Díaz-Canel thanked Mexico , Venezuela, Russia, Nicaragua, Argentina and Chile for their offers of help. A support flight from Mexico arrived Saturday night.
Crews from multiple Johnstown-area departments are on scene of a building fire at a popular Johnstown restaurant.
First responders were dispatched to the Baker’s Loaf, located along Franklin Street, Tuesday afternoon for reports of “heavy smoke” coming from the building.
One person was taken to the hospital following a fire inside an apartment in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.
The fire was reported shortly before 3 a.m. on the 1700 block of Cliff Street.
There was no initial word on the condition of the person taken to the hospital.
There was also no word on the cause of the fire.
Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire at a Greensburg coin laundry service late Thursday after authorities said they believe an item inside a dryer may have spontaneously ignited. City Fire Chief Tom Bell said rags that may have had oil or grease on them left in the dryer
Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire at a Greensburg coin laundry service late Thursday after authorities said they believe an item inside a dryer may have spontaneously ignited.
City Fire Chief Tom Bell said rags that may have had oil or grease on them left in the dryer after Nu-Way closed for the evening likely sparked the flames. The fire was reported at 11 p.m. on Highland Avenue adjacent to the Greensburg Shopping Center
Several people escaped when fire broke out inside of a home in Pittsburgh’s Perry North neighborhood on Sunday night.
The fire was reported shortly before 11:50 p.m. at a home on the 3900 block of Dewey Avenue.No injuries were reported.
There was no initial word on the cause of the fire.
Crews responded to a three-alarm fire at the U.S. Steel Tower in downtown Pittsburgh.
Officials said there were no injuries or entrapment in the building on Grant Street. The call came in around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
“Fire is contained within the restaurant kitchen space and is knocked down,” Pittsburgh Public Safety said on Twitter.
Pittsburgh Public Safety said firefighters implemented a high-rise plan per protocol. The fire was declared under control after 8:30 p.m.
A fire left a house destroyed in Wharton Township, Fayette County, Sunday afternoon.
The Wharton Township Assistant Fire Chief said one person lived in the home, located on Wharton Furnace Road.
A state police fire marshal is investigating the cause of the fire.
A fire that initially broke out Monday evening in Pittsburgh’s Bluff neighborhood rekindled early Tuesday morning.
The fire was initially reported at a home along Van Braam Street around 10 p.m. A little after 2 a.m. Tuesday, the fire rekindled and firefighters returned to the scene. Crews were able to put out that rekindled fire just after 3 a.m.
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Robert Eckenrode, who owns one of the buildings, spoke with Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 Monday night. He said his tenants, who are college students, called him after they got out of the house. He said the home is a total loss.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Crews returned to the scene early Tuesday morning when part of the fire rekindled.
A little after 2 a.m. Tuesday, the fire rekindled and firefighters returned to the scene.
Pittsburgh’s Fire Investigative Unit will work to determine the cause of the fire.
A fire destroyed a Penn Hills home early Tuesday morning. The Penn Hills fire chief said all the occupants made it safely out of the house and no one was taken to the hospital, according to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI-TV.
The occupants were able to escape but it’s believed some of their exotic pets were left inside at the time of the fire.
Just after 6:30 a.m., the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire was called to the 400 block of Edgemont Street when a fire started in the basement of the home and spread up the walls to the roof.
The Johnstown Fire Department as well as Seventh Ward and Conemaugh Township EMS responded to the fire.
LVIV, Ukraine/KYIV/PARIS, March 4 (Reuters) – A huge blaze at the site of Europe’s biggest nuclear power station was extinguished on Friday, and officials said the plant in southeastern Ukraine was operating normally after it was seized by Russian forces in fighting that caused global alarm.
Separately, a presidential advisor said Ukraine had halted an advance on the city of Mykolayiv after local authorities said Russian troops had entered. If captured, the city of 500,000 people in southern Ukraine, where Russian forces have made the most progress so far, would be the biggest yet to fall.
A huge blaze at the site of Europe’s biggest nuclear power station was extinguished on Friday, and officials said the plant in southeastern Ukraine was operating normally after it was seized by Russian forces in fighting that caused global alarm.
BRADENVILLE, Pa. —
Four dogs were killed when fire tore through a home in Bradenville, Westmoreland County, on Thursday morning.
The fire was reported a little after 1:30 a.m. at the home on the 5100 block of Route 982.
Chief Mark Piantine, of the Bradenville Volunteer Fire Department, said a family of four lived in the home but none of them were at home at time, as the parents were working overnight shifts and the children were with their grandmother.
“We talked to the family. They were having some issues with electrical inside. They had a heater going. We’re going to rule that as an electrical issue,” said Chief Paintine.
No injuries were reported.
Chief Piantine said an excavator will be brought in to demolish part of the home following the fire.
A massive cargo ship carrying 4,000 luxury sports worth an estimated total of $400 million sank off the coast of Europe on Tuesday.
PITTSBURGH — A man was rushed to a hospital after he was found on the ground as smoke filled his apartment early Wednesday morning in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood, authorities said.
Firefighters also found a recliner chair on fire as they entered the man’s apartment, located in a building along Churchview Avenue.
Smoke was reported throughout the building just after 1 a.m., and residents were evacuating as firefighters pulled up to the scene.When crews noticed heavy smoke coming from the man’s apartment, they went inside and pulled him out, officials said. Once out of the building, the man was taken by paramedics to a hospital in critical condition.
A woman who lives in the building was evaluated for smoke inhalation, but officials said she was not taken to a hospital.
Investigators said the fire is believed to be accidental. It was contained to the one apartment, but seven others sustained minor smoke and moderate water damage.
GREENSBURG, Pa. — The fire that damaged three homes on Harrison Avenue in Greensburg Thursday morning was not suspicious, according to Greensburg Fire Chief Tom Bell.
Bell believes it started in the basement and was electrical in nature.
”So grateful. That’s my only daughter. I don’t know what I’d do without that child or my grandchildren. They’re my life,” Tina Underwood said.
Underwood’s daughter lives next door to where the fire destroyed a home, and made it out thanks in part to a few good Samaritans.
According to Pittsburgh Public Safety, firefighters went floor-to-floor to evacuate residents.
Those residents were placed on Port Authority buses and inside a business on Sixth Street.
The Red Cross was notified in case some residents needed temporary assistance and the Salvation Army also was called to the scene.