Kitchen blaze damages Westmoreland County home
A kitchen fire caused extensive damage to a North Huntingdon home on Monday afternoon.
Circleville volunteer firefighters said heavy smoke was coming from the Samantha Drive home when they arrived shortly after 1 p.m.
Officials said the homeowner, whom they did not identify, left the house about 15 minutes before the fire was discovered.
The cause of the blaze remains under investigation, officials said.
A cat that was rescued from the home was treated by rescue workers and later taken to a local veterinary clinic for treatment, according to firefighters
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