House Fire Possibly Caused by Lightning Strike

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WHITE DEER TOWNSHIP -- Authorities think lightning may have hit a home and sparked a fire Tuesday night in Union County.

Firefighters said they saw flames coming from the rear of a home along New Columbia Road in White Deer Township.

There were no reports of any injuries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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  • Franko

    Once again, why I say that I can’t understand how Pennsylvania does not have building codes requiring the installation of lightning rods on homes as some of our neighboring states have

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