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House fire hits 2 alarms in Lancaster County

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LANCASTER, PA- Fire crews responded to a house fire on Sunday afternoon.

According to the Lancaster City Fire Police, the fire started along the 500 block of S. West End Avenue around 12:15 p.m. The home owner was trying to remove paint with a heat gun and burnt the wood. Which caused a fire to start authorities said.

No one was injured.

The home owner lived alone, and the interior of the house has $25-30,000 worth of damage.

 

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