Dog Dies in Scranton Fire

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SCRANTON -- Fire heavily damaged a home in Scranton Monday afternoon.

The fire started around 1:45 p.m. on Colliery Avenue in Scranton, according to firefighters.

Nobody was home at the time, but a dog died in the fire.

Firefighters said it appeared to have started in the rear of the house, but the cause has not been determined.

5 comments

  • Lloyd Schmucatelli

    Why does WNEP report this stuff?
    I saw a dead deer on my way to work this morning that got hit, but didn’t see any headline news about it.

    What gives?

    Where’s the fair and balanced?

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