CECIL TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Flames tore through a home in Cecil Township early Thursday morning, displacing four adults and three children, officials said.
The fire was reported about 3 a.m. on steep Cardinal Drive, which was snow-covered and became slick as crews battled the fire.
Officials said a wood-burning stove might have sparked the flames, which fully engulfed the house.
The Red Cross is providing assistance to the displaced residents.
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