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Fire damages home in city

December 8, 2013
The Leader Herald

JOHNSTOWN - The Fire Department is still investigating what caused a blaze that broke out Saturday at a city residence, an official said.

Assistant Chief John Duesler said the fire started in the attic of 304 N. Perry St. and took about 20 minutes to extinguish.

There was severe fire and water damage in the attic, and the first and second floors sustained water damage. The residence is currently uninhabitable, the assistant chief said.

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A firefighter works at a structure fire at 304 N. Perry St. in Johnstown on Saturday.
The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan

Duesler said there were no injuries reported.

 
 

 

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