Deadly Salisbury Township hearth dominated unintended

SALISBURY TWP., Pa. – Police in Salisbury Township say the hearth that killed a 47-year-old man and his canine has been dominated unintended. 

The Japanese Salisbury Fireplace Division works a hearth on Byfield Road in Salisbury Township.

It occurred on February 1, on the 1300 block of Byfield Road.

Daniel Knotts was discovered inside the house and was taken to St Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, the place he was pronounced useless. His canine died as properly.

Police say an investigation revealed that the hearth began within the kitchen as a result of cooking on the range. The reason for the hearth has been categorised as an accident. 

Additional investigation revealed there have been working smoke detectors on the residence throughout this incident. 

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