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CLIFFORD TOWNSHIP — Firefighters in Susquehanna County battled the cold while battling a house fire in Clifford Township.

Authorities said the fire broke out before 9 p.m. Tuesday at a home along Route 374.

Investigators said the place has smoke and water damage.

Crews told Newswatch 16, two people were inside the home when the fire started.

They made it out safely.

A state fire marshal will investigate the fire  in Susquehanna County.


  • Maria Torre

    The owner of the property has been our employee for over 12 years. It wasn’t wiring but they have nothing left to salvage from the fire. It was a total destruction. Our employee his wife and family dog escaped unharmed but they left the home with nothing but the clothes on their back. Our business is Wide World RV Center, Inc. and to help Jerry and his wife defray some of the costs of the destruction we set up a Fire Fund called the “Pedley Family Fire Fund” at any PNC Bank. Please contact the PNC Bank and mention the Pedley Family Fire Fund to offer any monetary donation. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. We would like to thank everyone for their support.

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