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Home Damaged by Flames in Monroe County

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ROSS TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A fire caused damage to a home in Ross Township on Friday night.

According to fire officials, the flames broke out in the back of the home along James Drive around 6 p.m.

Two people were home at the time but made it out safely.

The homeowners said they had a few cats who did not make it.

Fire officials say the investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the flames in Monroe County.

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