Pennsylvania Self-Storage Fire Suspicious

The fire that tore through New Alexandria Self Storage in Pennsylvania yesterday appears suspicious, according to Rich McNaughton, assistant chief with the New Alexandria Volunteer Fire Department.

The fire that tore through New Alexandria Self Storage in Pennsylvania yesterday appears suspicious, according to Rich McNaughton, assistant chief with the New Alexandria Volunteer Fire Department. An investigation is under way by the state fire marshal’s office.
 
Though no one was injured, the blaze took about 90 minutes to control, and most of the facility’s 42 storage units were destroyed. No neighboring structures were at risk. Volunteer firefighters responded from several local fire departments.
 
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Westmoreland fire at storage complex called suspicious

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