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Grandmother Killed in Delco Fire; SEPTA Train Hits Car in Conshohocken; Small Quake in NJ
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/14/14 4:01 am | updated: 12/14/14 4:01 am
 
A grandmother was killed and a father and young children were injured after a large fire broke out in their Lower Chichester Township, Delaware County, home on Saturday morning. The large fire started around 7:30 a.m. on the 100 block of Fronefield Avenue. The mother, Shahara Martin, ran out of the house yelling for help while her husband, Ahmad Martin, tried to rescue their five children. Neighbor Nicholas Wells rushed to help saving the children. The grandmother, 62-year-old Doris Morgan who suffered from multiple sclerosis, could not be rescued in time. At times flames roared from the front of the end unit row home leaving it destroyed. The father was severely burned and is listed in critical but stable condition at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. Three of the children are also still in the hospital. Fire officials are still investigating a cause of the fire. Donations for the family are being accepted at the Lower Chichester Volunteer Fire Department at 1540 Huddell Avenue.

A SEPTA train smashed into a car parked on the tracks in Conshohocken late Saturday night. It happened just before midnight near the Riverwalk at Millennium apartment complex on Washington Street. The SEPTA Manayunk/Norristown Line train traveling westbound slammed into the car and dragged it along the tracks for about 30 yards. Apparently no one was seriously injured. Police are still investigating. Shuttle bus service in is effect between Conshohocken Station and Center City.

A small earthquake hit Central New Jersey on Saturday morning. According the the U.S. Geological Survey the quake registered as a 1.9 magnitude at 7:13 a.m. Saturday 17 miles east/southeast of Trenton, NJ. There were no reports of damage or injuries. Some people in Ocean and Monmouth counties reported feeling the quake.

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