Thursday, March 4, 2021
Thursday, March 4, 2021

Upper Providence home erupts into flames overnight

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UPPER PROVIDENCE, Pa. (YC) – A home erupted into flames overnight, prompting first responders from several townships to respond.

Fire crews were dispatched to a house fire on the 1200 block of Hunt Club Lane just before 9 p.m.

When they arrived, they noticed smoke lurking throughout the block and a heavy fire at a two-story residential structure.

(YC.NEWS PHOTO/NIK HATZIEFSTATHIOU)
(YC.NEWS PHOTO/NIK HATZIEFSTATHIOU)

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It is unknown at this point if there were any injuries.

Firefighters worked for a number of hours at the home.

Moments before this, a fire alarm prompted evacuations at Sunrise Senior Living of Newtown Square where firefighters setup their ladder truck to check the premises.

The second call came in just as fire crews were setting up at Sunrise, but no fire was found.

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