A fast-moving Bucks County fire injured two firefighters early Sunday and caused $1.3 million in damage, according to documents obtained by the Central Bucks School District through a series of "Right to Know" requests. The fire, which authorities say was deliberately started, caused about $2.5 million to $3.2 million in damage to the Doylestown Elementary School building and two other first-floor buildings, as well as damage to the school's parking lot and a nearby building. Although no details are available, the report contains reporting codes indicating that the fire was' deliberately set 'and that it was a criminal, but not criminal, crime.
The National Weather Service confirmed at least one tornado had hit the Oberbucks region at midday. The tornado touched down in Lower Milford Township, Lehigh County, and then moved southeast through Milford and Bucks County along Geryville Pike, according to the weather service. An EF-0 tornado hit near the border of Bucks and Le Highlands counties at 3.15pm on Wednesday, the National Weather Service confirmed. Damage there was caused by wind gusts, but not a tornado, the service said.
The other four tornadoes attributed to a tropical storm were in Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery, Berks and Allegheny counties, according to the National Weather Service. Adjacent counties are: Bucks County, Le Highlands, Delaware, Monroe, Monongahela, Dauphin, Lancaster, Somerset, Chester and Montgomery.
If you have any questions or need help, please call the Bucks County Fire Department through the Fire PAC program. If you would like specific details such as when the e-recording could begin, please call us at (717) 762-5555 or (412) 561-4357.
Customers should check with fire authorities whether they can work around the clock and provide their immediate services. Customers should also check the authority's expertise before repairing the fire. If you have been damaged by a fire, please contact the ServiceMaster TEAM as soon as possible while the fire has broken out.
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We are available for all types of fire damage and accident victims in the Doylestown, Pennsylvania area. You can reach us at 215 - 399 - 4866 to respond to fires, damages or emergencies, or you can also reach us via our toll-free hotline at 1 - 888 - 542 - 4357.
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Repairing fire damage in Doylestown can prevent smoke and ash from reaching other parts of your home. No matter how minor or large the damage to your fire-damaged home is, you can call a specialist to repair fire damage immediately. The homeowner can also contact a fire safety authority to repair damage, and they will also be set up. They are usually available for a one-time fee of $1,000 to $2,500 or a two to three-year contract for larger repairs.
The Bucks County Fire Marshal's Department maintains the highest fire safety and safety standards in the state of Pennsylvania and advises Bucks County commissioners on all fire safety and safety issues in Bucks County. Call for Fire Marshals provides the opportunity to support local fire companies and the fire chief in investigating fires in various jurisdictions. The fire expert investigates fires and works with the fire brigade and the district fire chief if necessary.