Update — A donation drop-off has been established for the family that lost everything to a house fire in Troy earlier this week and will be taking donations as long as they’re needed.

S&B Trucking in Canton, Pa. will be taking any form of donation at its office at 184 S. Minnequa Avenue, according to owner Steve Barats.

Barats told 18 News that the family lost everything in the fire and that any form of donation, from clothing to monetary, and everything in between would be accepted for as long as long as it’s needed.

The family of four consists of the father, mother, and their two sons, a list of the sizes provided can be seen below:

  • Father – pants 38×30, shirts 2XL, shoes 11/12 EE
  • Mother – pants 12-14 or large, shirt size is large, no shoe size provided
  • Son #1 – pants 7/8, shirts are the same size, no shoe size given.
  • Son #2 – size 3T, no shoe size provided.

TROY, Pa. (WETM) — A Bradford County family lost everything after a house fire devastated their home Wednesday afternoon.

According to officials with the Bradford County Department of Public Safety, a house fire in Armenia Twp near Troy caught fire sometime around noon on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

Fire crews from Troy, Canton, South Creek, and Blossburg responded to the home on Christman Lane to combat the blaze.

No injuries were reported as a result with officials confirming that a family dog was saved by a neighbor prior to the arrival of fire crews.

Crews at the scene were cleared of the fire around 4 p.m., leaving nothing but a shell of the home behind, with all the items inside destroyed.

Officials told 18 News that the American Red Cross is involved and helping the family.