Last month, the three puppies were removed from a warehouse filled with booby-traps on the 1800 block of W. Sedgley Avenue in North Philadelphia.
The fire started at 5 p.m. Thursday during the height of rush hour, forcing one of SEPTA’s busiest lines, the Market-Frankford El, to shut down near the fire scene.
Fire crews responded to an abandoned two story building at 19th and Somerset. No injuries were reported.
A Mummers band today was finally able to enter the warehouse that was hit by a four-alarm fire on Monday, and they were elated to find that their props and equipment sustained little damage.
The CBS 3 I-Team has learned the owners of the abandoned warehouse at the center of a fire that killed two Philadelphia firefighters own dozens of other properties across the city and owe the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in back real estate taxes.
Philadelphia firefighters battled a massive fire that engulfed a warehouse early Wednesday morning.
Jason Laughlin of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office says the investigation is being carried out by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and Camden police department.
Firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze that broke out inside a plumbing supply warehouse in Burlington County early Monday morning.
Taxpayers’ Social Security numbers, confidential child abuse reports and personnel reviews of New Jersey workers nearly went to the highest bidder after the state sent surplus computers out for auction.
Drivers can expect some local detours near American and Cambria Streets in Kensington where an early morning two-alarm fire has heavily damaged a large warehouse.
A five-alarm fire engulfed a warehouse in the city’s Kensington neighborhood Monday evening.