Flames, smoke spread through home in Butler County

WORTH TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Flames tore through a mobile home and sent smoke pouring from the roof Friday morning in Butler County.

Firefighters were called about 6 a.m. to West Park Road in Worth Township, emergency dispatchers said.

The couple who lives in the home were not there when the fire started, officials said.

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Slippery Rock Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief Ryan Hanchosky said the fire is believed to have started in the kitchen.

Crews said additions to the home posed a challenge in battling the fire, which moved quickly.

The home was destroyed.