LANCASTER, Pa. — Officials say a first alarm dwelling fire was through the roof of a building on Christmas Eve morning in Lancaster County.
Firefighters were dispatched just before 7 a.m.to the 500 block of Manor Avenue in Columbia, according to county dispatch.
The fire was through the roof when crews arrived on the scene but they had it under control within the hour, dispatch confirmed.
The fire started in one apartment and spread to two other homes causing damage said fire officials.
According to dispatch, the Red Cross was notified.
One firefighter was transported to the hospital due to illness unrelated to the fire, officials state.
No other injuries have been reported.