By CBS3 Staff

CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — A two-alarm fire in Chester, Delaware County, has left one woman dead on Friday, officials say. The fire started just before 1 p.m. on the 300 block of Clayton Street.

2-Alarm Fire In Chester, Delaware County Leaves Woman Dead, Officials Say

The fire was placed under control roughly 30 minutes after officials arrived on the scene, but a woman was found dead after crews searched the property.

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Chester City police and a resident were able to assist three juveniles and a woman from the home once they arrived at the fire. After that, the fire condition became too heavy to enter the home.

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The Red Cross says they’re providing temporary lodging and other emergency assistance for 15 people from the three-row homes that were affected by the fire.

The cause of the fire is unknown and currently under investigation at this time.

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Several other fire crews in Delaware County, including Brookhaven, Parkside, and Marcus Hook provided help to put out the fire.