By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One person is dead and another was injured after a fire tore through a rowhome in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon neighborhood. Video from an eyewitness shows firefighters on the scene on Sumac Street, just off Ridge Avenue, around 11 p.m. Sunday.

Crews confirm they found a 75-year-old man dead on the third floor.

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Investigators say there was a lot of clutter in the home which led to a difficult firefight.

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“We want to just let everybody know to call 311 for smoke alarms, that’s all the things that we’ve been preaching. The commissioner has talked about us having a fire problem in the city,” Philadelphia Fire Department Capt. Derek Bowmer said.

A fire official says there were no working smoke alarms in the home. Crews are still working to confirm the cause.

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