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Falls Church House Fire Prompts Road Closures, Trash Delays

A house fire caused trash delays and road closures today in a Falls Church neighborhood.

The fire in the 1300 block of Robinson Place caused several road closures in the area earlier today, according to press releases from the city. All of the roads except for Robinson Place have not reopened. Trash and recycling collection will be delayed in the area with some possibly waiting until Thursday morning.

Three residents in the house were safely evacuated, according to the latest press release. “The previous news release noted that one occupant was transported to a hospital, but that was a reporting error,” the press release said.

The city’s fire official is investigating the cause of the fire, the press release said.

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