WXPI News
April 11th, 2016

MARSHALL TOWNSHIP, Pa.

Diners and workers at the McDonald’s fast food restaurant in Marshall Township were forced to evacuate the building Monday night when a grease fire started in the kitchen.
Fire officials said the flames started underneath the fryers and filled the establishment with smoke.
“Both our units here have compressed air foam. It’s a little different. It put it right out,” Marshall Township Fire Chief Phil Macmillan said.
No one was injured. The fire marshal is investigating the fire. It was not clear when the McDonald’s would reopen.