Four people were injured after two alarm fires in Dauphin County

STEELTON, Pa. (WHTM) – A two-alarm fire injured four people and damaged three homes in Dauphin County on Saturday, November 4th.

According to Steelton Police Chief William Schaub, the call came in during the afternoon hours of Saturday about a fire in the 100 block of South 4th Street in Steelton.

Schaub said the Red Cross has been notified to assist those displaced by the fire. He also noted that at least one person jumped from the roof of one of the houses.

Four people suffered non-life-threatening injuries and no firefighters were injured by the two-alarm fire.

Highspire Community Fire Department #1 is asking people to exercise caution in the area of ​​4th Street, Walnut Street and Elm Street as multiple departments are battling the fire. Steelton Fire says some of the surrounding roads will be closed for an extended period of time.

Schaub said the fire is currently under investigation.

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James Brien

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