Deadly Lancaster fire

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IMG_20130704_042616_446 4 people are dead and several injured following a house fire in Lancaster. Lancaster Fire Chief, Tim Gregg, says 2 men were found dead inside the home and 2 boys were taken to the hospital where they later died.  It happened just before 3 a.m. Thursday morning on the 100 block of East Clay Street.

Chief Gregg says 14 people lived in the home.

Jimmie Brock’s family lives in the home. He says at least one person inside was taken to Hershey Medical Center with burns on her face. Brock says his sister was in the home, she was seven months pregnant and had to have an emergency c-section. She and the baby are doing ok, Brock says.

A State Police Fire Marshall is investigating the cause of the fire. Lancaster City Fire Chief Tim Gregg says the home and smoke detectors are not up to code.

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