Row Home Fire in Schuylkill County Caused by Cooking Incident

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SHENANDOAH -- A fire that damaged a row home in Schuylkill County now has a cause.

According to the fire marshal, the flames were sparked by cooking which was left unattended.

The fire in Shenandoah broke out around 5 p.m. on Wednesday along South Jardin Street.

No one was injured in that fire in Schuylkill County.

3 comments

  • BERRIOS

    not an arson rare for shenandoah pa. The 462 fire companies must of did good, those row homes usually go up fast and end up in splinters.

    • Joe Crea

      Prolly making a meth cocktail for his neighborhood. Now that he’s outdoors, ya now people – I’ve heard he’s been looking to the big city to bring his wares and skills – Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. He will be right at home with the surroundings

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