A fire in Pennsburg on Tuesday damaged four second floor apartments and impacted a Chinese restaurant on the ground floor. A rear apartment, where the fire
originated, absorbed heavy damage, according to Scott Seip, chief of the Pennsburg Fire Company.
"It's a total loss," he said Wednesday morning.
According to the chief, the other three apartments and the Golden Bowl – located at 353 Main Street – was damaged by smoke. He said no one was injured.
The incident displaced residents in all four apartments. According to Seip, the Red Cross made arrangements for them to stay with family or in a hotel until they can return.
Fire marshals from the borough and the state police have yet to determine the cause of the fire, according to the fire chief. He said the investigation remains open.
Seip arrived at the scene at 10:53 a.m. to discover ...