By: KDKA-TV News Staff
RESERVE TOWNSHIP, PA (KDKA) – A house went up in flames overnight in Reserve Township.
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Just after 1:00 a.m., the house on Klementia Drive caught fire and flames could be seen on the roof of the house.
Working fire in the @ReserveVFD district. The truck company was entrusted with the overhaul of the 2nd division and supported the engine company in opening walls / ceilings that could expose fire. Another long and cold night. No injuries were reported. pic.twitter.com/lEW9sOr8JF
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According to the Cherry City Fire Department chief, the carbon monoxide detector went out shortly before the flames began.
Everyone was able to escape the flames safely and no injuries have been reported.
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The firefighter will conduct the investigation.