Firefighters evacuate Springfield Township, Bucks County home after fire causes partial collapse

There is no word on a cause and no injuries have been reported.

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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — Firefighters were forced to evacuate a home in Bucks County after a partial collapse during a fire.

Just before 11 a.m. Sunday, flames could be seen from the roof of a house in Springfield Township.

The two-alarm fire erupted along the 1900 block of Old Bethlehem Road, or Route 212.

The action cam found severe damage to the left side of the first and second floors of the building.

There is no word on a cause and no injuries have been reported.

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