Apartment Row Home Fire in Philadelphia Kills 7 Children, 6 Adults

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At least 13 people are believed to be dead, including several children, after a fire engulfed a row house in Philadelphia overnight, sources told Fox 29. Two more victims, an adult and a child, were rushed to local hospitals in critical but stable condition, according to sources. The fire is believed to have started on the second floor of the building, sources told Fox 29’s Steve Keeley. YouTube Tips ⓘ

Police, firefighters, and paramedics responded about 6:40 a.m. Wednesday, January 5, 2022 to a report of a fire in a three-story row house in the bock of 800 North 23rd Street in Philadelphia

Upon arrival firefighters saw flames showing at the second floor level. The fire was extinguished in about 50 minutes.

The cause of a fire in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia that killed at least 13 including seven children is now under investigation. Fire officials said the building, which included 18 people living in a duplex on the second and third floors, had four smoke detectors but none of them were working (LiveNOW from FOX). YouTube Tips ⓘ

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