MANOR, Pa. (KDKA) – Three kids were taken to the hospital after they escaped a house fire in Manor borough.
The fire broke out around 9:30 Thursday morning on Blaine Avenue. The intense flames destroyed the home. Two teens and a 10-year-old were inside at the time.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Overnight Rain Kicks Off Rainy Couple Of Days Ahead
“When our safety officer got on the scene it was fully involved,” said Manor Borough Fire Department Captain Brandon Stepanik.
To escape, the teenagers opened a window and jumped out into trees. A neighbor went into the home to rescue the younger kid, who was apparently in the basement.
“I just wanna give him a big hug and thank him for doing what he did for my grandkids,” said grandmother Deborah Woods.
It’s the second fire at the home in less than a year.READ MORE: Parents Of Woodland Hills High School Students Concerned About School Safety Following Another Threat
“My son’s house on the upper floor was on fire November 30th. They just got done rebuilding everything, my son did all the work,” said Woods.
The three children and two firefighters were taken to the hospital for observation. All were released and are ok.
“I’m happy that they’re ok, but I’m sad that they lost everything again,” said Woods.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is now underway.MORE NEWS: Carson Middle School In North Allegheny To Have Extra Security In Place On Thursday
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