1 hospitalized in Upper Darby house fire
UPPER DARBY - April 22, 2012 (WPVI) -- An overnight fire in Upper Darby left one person hospitalized and cause extensive damage to a home.
It happened around 11:30 Saturday night along the 100 block of Westbrook Drive.
Authorities found smoke and flames shooting from the second floor.
Police found one woman on the front lawn suffering from smoke inhalation. She was taken to Crozier-Chester Medical Center. No word on her condition.
Officials are still investigating an exact cause for the blaze.
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