Investigators eye fireplace in Havertown fire
HAVERTOWN, Pa. - December 9, 2010 (WPVI) -- Fire investigators think a fireplace could be the possible cause of a house fire in Havertown, Delaware County.
The fire started around 1:45 a.m. Thursday inside a house located on the unit block of E. Mercer Avenue.
Heavy fire was showing from the third floor of the 3-story single-family house. Flames eventually shot through the roof.
Three occupants of the home were able to make it out safely. They are being checked out at a local hospital.
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