BRIGHTON HEIGHTS, Pa. - Two firefighters injured at the scene of a fire on Termon Avenue in Brighton Heights on Friday are expected to be OK.
Officials said everyone was able to escape the fire, and crews also pulled out two dogs and a cat.
There has been no word yet on what caused the fire.
The Red Cross is helping out at least three people affected by the fire.
2 firefighters injured in Brighton Heights fire expected to be OK
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