Twenty displaced in fire at four structures in Allentown – Telemundo 62

Twenty displaced in fire at four structures in Allentown – Telemundo 62
Twenty displaced in fire at four structures in Allentown – Telemundo 62

About 21 people, including 13 adults and eight children, were assisted by the American Red Cross after a fire spread to four commercial and residential structures in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The crash occurred in the 1140 block of Hamilton Street on the evening of July 8, 2024.

According to firefighters, the blaze began at approximately 5:30 p.m. and the flames were extinguished in about four hours with the help of additional crews from other municipalities: Woodlawn, Greenwalds, Upper Macungie, Catasauqua, Centronia and White Hall.

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Here’s what we know from the research:

  • Four buildings were affected by the flames.
  • Nearby structures were damaged by smoke and water displaced in the area.
  • All occupants of the buildings were evacuated without major injuries or injuries.
  • Six firefighters had to go to hospital for smoke inhalation.
  • The occupant of an adjacent structure had to be taken to the hospital for a “medical emergency.”

Fire officials said in writing that the 20 or so displaced people were assisted by the Pennsylvania Rivers chapter of the American Red Cross.

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