2-Alarm Town Home Fire Breaks Out in Manassas, Evacuation Ordered
– September 6, 2013 2:00 pm
At least 13 people are without a home tonight after a 2-alarm blaze ripped through homes in Manassas.
The Red Cross has been called to assist the victims in the fire. One of the victims suffered minor injuries after being burned, according to Manassas Fire Marshall Frank Teevan.
Two town homes, an end unit house and a home next to it was damaged in the blaze. Fire crews from the city, Manassas Park, and Prince William County have successfully doused the flames.
Crews are expected to remain on the scene for at least one hour to mop up the mess, said Teevan.
MANASSAS, Va. – Multiple town homes were said to be burning in Manassas just after noon on Friday.
Fire crews from the city and Prince William County were called to 8682 Carlton Drive in Manassas’ Point of Woods neighborhood. An evacuation of homes in the residential neighborhood was ordered, according to initial information.
The 2-alarm fire has prompted a large response with crews pouring in from firehouses Manassas, and at Lake Jackson.
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