Six-alarm fire causes two apartment buildings to collapse

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PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Crews responded to a six-alarm apartment fire Friday morning in Homestead, Pa.

At least two people have been rescued by fire crews, according to the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette. Crews have also located the one individual that was unaccounted for.

Two of the five apartment buildings that were on fire have collapsed, according to the report.

According to the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette, no injuries have been reported.

The fire began around 4:30 a.m. and destroyed apartments and businesses.

About 700 homes and business in the area had their power shut off as a precaution Duquesne Light spokeswoman Jessica Rock told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

According to the report, crews are still trying to determine what caused the blaze.

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