No one injured in Bradenville house fire
No injuries were reported in a kitchen fire late Monday evening at a Bradenville residence.
The 11:10 p.m. blaze in a two-story house at 1220 High St. apparently started when someone was cooking, Bradenville Assistant Fire Chief Nick Piantine said Tuesday.
There was extensive damage to the house, where Piantine said at least two adults lived.
He wasn't sure where the residents were staying, but said American Red Cross services were not requested.
In addition to Bradenville, companies from Latrobe, Derry and Lloydsville responded to the scene.
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