Friday, November 24, 2017

Fire Destroys Home in Ashland Friday Morning

A fire destroyed a home and displaced a family Friday morning.


Around 6:45am, Friday, emergency personnel were called to 1237 Arch Street, Ashland for a working structure fire.

When crews arrived they found heavy fire coming from the rear of the home and called a 2nd alarm.

A person driving by reportedly helped the family that occupied the home escape safely.

The American Red Cross is assisting the victims.

A cause was not know or location where it started and state police fire marshal was called.

Fire personnel from Ashland, Girardville, Gordon, Frackville, and Mount Carmel were called to assist.

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Two younger boys lived in the home.  The boys will need clothes and are looking for the following

Shoes: 7 -7.5 mens shoe and 9 mens
Shirt Size: Boys Large and X-Large
Pants: 14-16 Boys Sweat Pants and 14 Regular Jeans

They will also need coats and school clothes.

For the adults

Ladies: large shirts and 14 pants
Men's XXL shirts and 40/42 pants

We will have more updates on donations as the day goes on.






















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