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    Several fire departments battling heavy kitchen fire in Havertown
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    Firefighters are swarming the 2400 block of Linden Drive in Havertown, Delaware County for reports of a heavy residential fire, Your Content has learned.


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    6:10P » Two sources told Your Content there are no reported injuries and the fire has been placed under control in the last ten minutes.
    6:06P » Sources tell Your Content all firefighters have been accounted for and none have any reported injuries.

    Crews requested a mayday alert at 5:42 p.m. following a floor collapse in the residence. All firefighters have been accounted for and are being treated by on-scene medical personnel out of an abundance of caution.

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    Sources on the scene tell Your Content that the floor collapsed in the kitchen of the residence, prompting the mayday alert mandating all firefighters evacuate the premises.

    The call came in as a kitchen fire just before 5:40 p.m. but quickly took a turn for the worse as fire rapidly spread.

    No further information was immediately available. This is a developing breaking news story. Stay with Your Content for the latest developments as they arrive.


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