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A fire broke out last evening at Burger King located along Route 422 in North Londonderry Township.

The blaze broke out Monday night around 10pm at the restaurant which sits in the Londonderry Square shopping complex.

According to Citizen’s Fire Company, the fire was electrical in nature and started near the roof of the building.

Fortunately, there were no reported injuries, however, the building sustained substantial damage. LebTown reached out to Burger King for comment but did not receive an immediate response. (We will update this post if we learn more about when the restaurant might re-open.)

Responding to the fire were Palmyra, Campbelltown, Annville, Cleona, Hershey, Bellegrove, Lawn, Hummelstown, and Fort Indiantown Gap, as well as Life Lion EMS.

A video of the fire can be seen below.

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