Row Homes Burned in Shenandoah

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SHENANDOAH -- Four row homes went up in flames Saturday morning in Schuylkill County.

Firefighters were on scene on East Washington Street, Shenandoah around 11a.m, battling the fire.

According to the fire chief, only one apartment was occupied, and six people are displaced.

One firefighter was taken to the hospital for minor injuries after falling through the floor, said the chief.

The cause of the fire in Schuylkill County is under investigation.


  • Robert

    fires do happen its not like people take of there properties. i know of people that take care of there properties and they still burn. and not too many people have lots of money to rebuild there house or to fix it.

  • Janet Den Haese Anderson

    Fires, fires, fires….these homes look like match boxes ready to be struck. Don’t people repair and maintain their properties here in NEPA? Just about every house you see that has been on fire looks like it should have been torn down long before it burned down. Good grief people. Have some pride in your property

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