Fire Destroys South Jersey Home

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    NEWSLETTERS

    An investigation is underway to find the cause of a house fire in Pennsauken.

    Flames tore through a South Jersey home early Thursday morning.

    Firefighters responded to the blaze on the 2200 block of 39th Street in Pennsauken, Camden County around 4:30 a.m.

    South Jersey Home Goes Up in Flames

    [PHI] South Jersey Home Goes Up in Flames
    NBC10 is on the scene as firefighters are working to put out a fire in a Pennsuaken house.

    Officials say the fire began in a shed before spreading to the home, causing its roof to collapse. Firefighters could be seen working to contain the large flames for more than an hour.

    Records list the property as vacant, but crews are searching the two-story home to ensure no victims are inside.

    Neighboring homes did not sustain any damage, according to authorities.