Allegheny County Fire Marshal
A fire sent three people to the hospital and forced residents out of a senior-living high rise in Brackenridge early this morning.
One person is reportedly unaccounted for after fire swept through a home in Heidelberg this evening.
A man who runs a gun shop business out of his Brentwood home was badly injured this afternoon in a house explosion and two-alarm fire.
No day is a good day to fight a fire, but on Thursday, it was 19 degrees – felt like 12 – and up on that aerial ladder, water is spraying back at you.
An apartment building fire left eight people homeless in McKeesport.
Fire ripped through a family’s home overnight, which forced them to leave with just the clothes on their backs.
A two-alarm fire broke out Thursday night in a four-unit, two-story apartment complex in McKeesport.
Cheryl Pulford said she thought it was a bad joke when she got a call from her neighbor Thursday night who told her that her house was on fire in Bridgeville.
Two young twin brothers were killed when a fast-moving, smoky fire swept through their family home Friday afternoon in North Braddock.
One boy remains hospitalized after being critically injured in an explosion and fire in the backyard of his home in Coraopolis on Monday afternoon.
The Allegheny County Fire Marshal is investigating an overnight fire that caused significant damage to a house in Homestead.
Some residents in McKeesport are on edge as authorities investigating the cause of a late night fire that damaged several homes. The flames broke just before 11 p.m. along Stewart Street.
A family of four escaped from their burning home in Bellevue early this morning without injury; now authorities are looking into what sparked the blaze.
A home in Mount Lebanon was damage when fire broke out there early this morning. The blaze started around 5:30 a.m. at a home that was undergoing construction and renovations in the 300-block of Avon Drive.
A firefighter suffered minor burns while battling a two-alarm house fire in West View overnight. The blaze broke out around 1:30 a.m. on Georgetown Avenue.