UPDATE: 1 person injured, 9 people displaced after 2-alarm fire in Lebanon

LEBANON, Lebanon County — Nine people are displaced and one person is in the hospital after a 2-alarm fire on Saturday.

It happened at a residential building along the 100 block of North Liberty Street.

Lebanon Fire Commissioner Duane Trautman say the fire broke out on the second floor.

One person was treated for injuries at Lehigh Valley Hospital’s burn unit.  Emergency Management say the Red Cross assisted nine people who were displaced from their home.

The commissioner says damage to the building is between $80,000 and $100,000.

The cause is still under investigation.

Previously reported: Fire crews battled a building fire in the City of Lebanon.

The fire happened on the 100  block of North Liberty Drive.

Emergency dispatch say the fire broke out at 1:30 p.m.

They say the building fire is contained but it impacted other buildings near it.

According to Neversink Facebook page, fire crews battled a 2-alarm fire for about an hour.

The cause is still under investigation.

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