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This is mcfdtv's video and radio traffic from a December 10 fire in Shamokin, Pennsylvania (Northumberland County) that took the life of a teenaged girl.
A 13-year-old girl was killed in a fire in Northumberland County, according to officials.
The fire started at a home on South Rock Street in Shamokin around 11 a.m. Tuesday and spread to two other rowhomes.
According to the Shamokin Police Chief, Melissa Pangburn, age 13, a seventh grader at Shamokin Middle School, did not make it out of the fire.
Officials believe flames started in the home where she lived and quickly spread to two other row homes.
Those on the scene first tried desperately to get to the victim.
“The steps were just a ball of flames. There was just nothing anybody could do. Everybody did what they could possibly do,” said Shamokin Police Chief Ed Griffiths.