Officials say a three-alarm fire broke out Sunday afternoon at an apartment building in Deptford Township, Gloucester County.
The blaze was placed under control shortly before 3:20am.
Fire crews responded shortly before 5:30am Saturday morning after reports of a fire in the 3rd floor of a house on West Lehigh Avenue.
At least five people were displaced and three homes were badly damaged in a fire Thursday morning in the Kingsessing section of Philadelphia.
Firefighters battled a blaze in a three story house Saturday morning on the 3000 block of Frankford Avenue.
The fire was reported around 11:45 p.m. Thursday at the unit block of S. 62nd Street.
A large fire in North Philadelphia damaged five houses and put 18 people out of their homes.
A 10-year-old was injured when a wall came tumbling down in North Philadelphia Sunday afternoon.
The Southern Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross and volunteer disaster responders arrived at the inn around 4:30 am to provide assistance for those displaced by the fire, including food, transportation, and clothing.
Firefighters in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County battled a blaze at an apartment complex early Friday morning.
Three firefighters were injured battling a blaze that broke out Monday evening at several homes in the Olney section of Philadelphia.
There are a number of roads here in New Castle County that are still closed this evening because of flooding, Airport Road included.
Over the weekend, eight volunteers with the Red Cross of Southeastern PA helped out with the agency’s storm response in Dallas.
Even though Dallas, Texas and Philadelphia are nearly 1,500-miles apart, 8 volunteers with the South Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross are on the front lines, helping out with the storm response down there.
Dozens of residents were forced to evacuate St. Matthews Manor in West Philadelphia Saturday.