A two-alarm fire involving multiple Lebanon rowhouses broke out Sunday afternoon, May 8.
According to dispatch logs, calls about the fire were initially placed around 1:20 p.m. Sunday. The rowhouses are located to the immediate southwest of Harding School.
About 4,000 Lebanon customers were briefly without power, as Met-Ed shutoff service in areas of Lebanon to ensure firefighter safety on scene. A Met-Ed spokesperson said the power shutoff was in place from 1:58 to 2:33 p.m.
According to the Lebanon City Fire Department, four rowhouses were involved in the fire, displacing 15 individuals from their homes.
Dispatch logs show multiple local fire companies and other fire police and first responders helped out at the scene, with Lebanon City Fire Department taking lead and joined by First Aid & Safety Patrol, Northern Lebanon Fire and Emergency Services, Speedwell, South Lebanon Fire Company, and Neversink.
There was no word of any injuries as of publication time. LebTown will be following up this story.
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