Second girl, 10, dies from injuries sustained in last Friday’s Harrisburg house fire

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HARRISBURG, Pa.– A second girl has died from her injuries from Friday night’s Lexington Street fire in Harrisburg.

Savannah Dominick, 10, died at Lehigh Valley Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman confirmed Thursday morning.

Ashanti Hughes, 2, died Saturday at Lehigh Valley Burn Center following the March 10 fire along the 2500 block of Lexington Street.  The fire was caused by a charging hoverboard.

A third girl, Emoni Jackson, was discharged from Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center on Monday.

Harrisburg firefighter, Lt. Dennis DeVoe, whose car was hit while responding to the fire died Saturday night. DeVoe, of Stewartstown, was a 21-year veteran of the Harrisburg Fire Department.  His funeral service will be held Friday, March 17 in the Forum in Harrisburg.

Funeral arrangements for Ashanti and Savannah are unknown at this time.

 

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