RED LION, Pa. — Update, 4:33 p.m.: York County Office of Emergency Management's Public Information Officer Ted Czech has reported that as of 4:10 p.m., the fire has been extinguished.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is now monitoring runoff, which was made up of used motor oil located inside one of the buildings, that has now entered a nearby creek.
The runoff was mitigated by the York County Hazmat team prior to State DEP's arrival.
The fire is still under investigation by the Pennsylvania State Police fire marshal.
Update, 2:45 p.m.: According to the York County Office of Emergency Management, the shelter-in-place has been lifted for residents in the area of the 200 block of East Lancaster Street.
People with respiratory issues are advised to be cautious if they leave their homes.
Previous: Multiple fire companies are at the scene of a fire involving at least 3 buildings in Red Lion.
Firefighters were called to the scene of a vacant building on fire in the area of East Lancaster Street and Maple Lane around 7:22 a.m. on Sunday.
At the scene, firefighters found three buildings engulfed in flames.
Officials say strong winds pushed embers onto other buildings including homes, starting more fires.
Firefighters are stationed throughout the borough in an effort to contain fires.
Officials say some fires are still being fought and others have already been cordoned off.
According to officials, one firefighter reported a minor injury but did not need treatment.
York County Office of Emergency Management's Public Information Officer Ted Czech says residents in the surrounding areas should shelter in place.
Officials say there is no immediate danger to the public.
The fire marshal has been called to the scene to investigate the cause of the fire.