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LANCASTER, Pa- Several row homes in Lancaster were damaged by fire Saturday night.

Fire officials say the fire spread among  several row homes along the  600 block of Marietta Avenue.

The Red Cross is assisting five families, including nine adults and one child who were displaced by the fire.

There is no word on any injuries.

The fire marshal is investigating what caused the fire.


LANCASTER Pa. – Crews are on the scene of a 4-alarm fire in Lancaster city.  Flames broke out in the 600 block of Marietta avenue, and spread to multiple homes. Heavy fire is being reported in the attics.

There’s no word on any injuries or what started the fire.

FOX43 will bring you more details as they become available.

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