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Video from Frank Wesnoski and radio traffic from FiregroundAudio of a three-alarm fire on Tuesday evening in Darby Borough, Pennsylvania (Delaware County) that destroyed Harry’s Check Cashing and a home-remodeling business.
A fire erupted in a commercial building Tuesday night, destroying two businesses, shutting down SEPTA trolley services and sending at least one person to the hospital, authorities at the scene said.
Dozens of firefighters responded to the scene at 503 Main St., contributing to extinguishing efforts under the command of Chief Chris Caruso of Darby Borough Fire Co. No. 1.
(Darby Borough Police Chief Robert) Smythe described the situation as “catastrophic,” primarily because of the obvious structural damages to the building, and subsequent impact on the two borough businesses. For that reason, Delaware County Criminal Investigation Division Lt. Scott Bireley and Detective Tom Scarpato were called in to assist in the ongoing investigation, he said.
Also on STATter911 …
- Video: Three-alarm market fire in Darby, PA. – April 13, 2013
- Helmet-cam: Roof-ops view from three-alarm Darby, PA building fire. – April 21, 2013
- Raw video: Two-alarm rowhome fire in Mount Carmel, PA. – February 13, 2013
- Raw video: Industrial park fire in Delaware City, DE. – August 1, 2012
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