Fire Causes $120K Worth of Damage to Boggs Twp. Residence

BOGGS TOWNSHIP – A fire caused $120,000 worth of damage to a Boggs Township residence Sunday morning.

According to state police, the fire started at 8:30 a.m. at 2883 Long Run Rd. It was investigated by the PSP fire marshal unit and the Bigler-Jackson-Woodland Fire Co.

The fire was observed at approximately 9 a.m. by a neighbor. State police say the neighbor checked to make sure no one was at home.

The cause of the fire is currently undetermined, and it remains under investigation at this time.

No one was at home and no injuries were reported at the scene. The homeowner had insurance, according to state police.

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