Investigators are trying to determine if a fire in Camden that damaged several homes was intentionally set.
The fire broke out just after 5am on the 300 block of Tusculum Street, causing the front of the home to collapse.
The fire started in the 300 block of South Olden Avenue, and the flames quickly spread to other buildings.
Fire officials say there was no one home at the time of the fire. Investigators are looking for the cause.
Firefighters say everyone was able to get out of the burning home before they arrived, but a firefighter sustained a minor injury.
Chester County Police say the call came in around 5:40am. The house fire reached two alarms.
Officials in Chester are pressing their search for answers as they look into three “suspicious” fires in the past five days that have caused heavy damage to half a dozen homes and driven 28 people from their houses.
One person was killed in a house fire in Burlington County, investigators confirmed.
A child was injured after a fire broke out inside one home and then spread to two others in North Philadelphia.
Firefighters worked to battle a blaze in Montgomery County early Tuesday morning.
A house fire occurred late Saturday night in the Olney section of Philadelphia.
Flames broke out shortly after 3 a.m. Saturday in the 1500 block of West Cayuga Street.
Two cars, including a Corvette, were destroyed during a fire that damaged a home in Montgomery County Wednesday morning.
A fire severely damaged a home in Delaware County Thursday morning.
The fire department says there are no reports of any injuries at this time.