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HEADLINE: Gov. wants disaster declared in Philly-area fire
CAPTION: Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell asked the U.S. Small Business Administration on Thursday to declare Montgomery County a disaster area following a huge fire that destroyed two upscale apartment buildings and damaged two others. (Aug. 16)
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This fire caused so much damage, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell is asking for a disaster declaration.
The blaze broke out shortly before 5, Thursday afternoon, snarling rush-hour traffic on Interstate 76 and halting service on a nearby commuter rail line for hours. Heat from the blaze created an atmospheric disturbance visible on weather radar.
It took more than 300 firefighters to battle the eight-alarm blaze. Some were still on the scene, putting out hotspots Friday. A couple of them suffered minor injuries.
The fire ruined two buildings and damaged three more at the Riverwalk at Millenium complex just outside Philadelphia.
Almost 400 people lost their home when 125 apartments were destroyed. Many of them are working with the Red Cross to replace driver’s licenses and prescription medication.
If the disaster declaration request is approved, the renters and business-owners would be able to get low interest loans to replace lost possessions.
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