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Caught on camera: Squatter jumps from Harrisburg, PA rowhouse fire

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Man jumps out window to escape fire

A neighbor in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, captured this scene during a house fire at an abandoned home. You can see a man jump from a second story window to escape flames on the first floor. A good Samaritan pulled a trashcan over to help soften the fall. After the man jumps, he gets up and walks away.Authorites say the house was abandoned and neighbors had been complaining of squatters for awhile. Fire crews responded and were able to put the fire out in about 20 minutes.

Posted by KHQ Local News on Tuesday, May 8, 2018

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The scene Tuesday morning at 109 South 14th Street in Harrirburg, Pennsylvania. In the video above, a squatter drops from the second floor to escape the fire. Below, the dash-cam view as Harrisburg firefighters respond to the fire.

14th & Vernon st.

5-8-18 Short arrival video from 1st alarm job at 14th & Vernon.Fire on all 3 floors,Needles everywhere,holes in the floors.The "A" Platoon working with Chauffeur Fuller,Pipeman Skull and Lt.Kuntz.

Posted by Squad 8 – Harrisburg Bureau of Fire on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

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