By: Don Shaw email: don.shaw@pennsylvaniachronicle.com (570) 543-2961

Two Fires in Pittston quickly put out with help from mutual aid, no injuries

Two Fires in Pittston quickly put out with help from mutual aid, no injuries

Pittston, PA

Pittston Bureau firefighters say they were met with well involved conditions, and with help from Jenkins Township firefighters, made quick work of a fire in the Oregon neighborhood earlier today.

Almost simultaneously, a second alarm was struck for another working fire uptown. Multiple mutual aid companies were called to assist.

Authorities say there were no injuries reported at either incident.

Mutual aid response came from the following department:

Pittston Township Fire Department
Hughestown Emergency Services
West Pittston Fire Department
Kingston Forty Fort Fire Department
Greater Pittston Regional Ambulance
Avoca Fire Department

Photo Credit Greater Pittston Regional Ambulance Captain Emmett Thomas,  the Pittston Bureau of Fire, and Avoca Fire Department

 

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Don Shaw

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