Officials investigate fire at duplex in Harrisburg

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HARRISBURG, PA. — Authorities are investigating a fire at a Harrisburg duplex that broke out on Saturday.

The fire started around 10:00 in morning at a duplex on the 1900 Block of Bellevue Road.

Firefighters reported no injuries. They also say quick actions helped to keep the fire from spreading.

“We’re very happy to contain the fire to the unit that was on fire when we got here, and don’t have a significant issue on our hands with neighbors and adjoining buildings,” Brian Enterline, Harrisburg’s fire chief said.

Officials believe the fire was accidental but the fire marshal says they will continue to investigate.

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