Home Hit By Fire, Cat Saved

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PAUPACK TOWNSHIP — An electrical problem is blamed for a fire that ruined a home in Wayne County.

The owner says flames broke out at the place off Route 590 near Hawley right after he left for work around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.

No one was hurt.

A cat was saved from the burning home.

3 comments

  • Theresa

    Glad the CAT was SAVED and mentioned on the title of the story. Hmmm I would think it would be better reporting if it Said “HOME HIT BY FIRE,NOONE HURT” I think people are more important then CATS but yet this area gives more help and rights to animals then people. GOOD JOB 16 on the reporting here….Go back to school!

    • Jeff Mayhugh

      The headline “Home Hit By Fire, Cat Saved” is appropriate. Did you really sit there and think “I’m glad the cat was saved, but how many people died?”

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