Officials probe blaze that destroyed Trenton home

Officials have opened an investigation after firefighters were unable to get water from fire hydrants during an overnight fire that destroyed one home.While flames consumed

TRENTON - Officials have opened an investigation after firefighters were unable to get water from fire hydrants during an overnight fire that destroyed one home.

While flames consumed the home on LaSalle Street near Route 29, firefighters say they tried to tap into two nearby fire hydrants, but no water came out of either.

The Trenton Fire Department has confirmed an investigation is under way, looking into why the water pressure was so low on the street.

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