• Mobile home fire in Lawrence County leaves several people, baby homeless

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    NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A fire early this morning in Lawrence County has left several people, including a baby, without a home.

    According to firefighters, the fire started around 3 a.m. at a mobile home park in Neshannock Township.

    The landlord, who lives in one of the trailers, returned to find his home on fire, said firefighters, and tried to put the flames out with buckets of water.

    Firefighters said the flames spread to the trailer next door, where a couple and their baby lived.

    Everyone made it out safely, but the fire chief confirmed that both trailers were destroyed.

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