At 3:39 pm on Monday, Companies 03 (Clifton Heights), 74 (Primos-Secane), 19 (Lansdowne), 44 (Springfield), and RIT 20 were dispatched to 207 S. Springfield Rd. in Clifton Heights Borough for a working house fire with possible entrapment. First-in units arrived to find a 2-story twin dwelling with the first floor fully involved and fire extending to the second floor, as well as to an exposure home. Police then reported all occupants had escaped the house by jumping from a second floor window, prior to fire department arrival. RIT/Rescue 20 (D/C M. Morgan) set up for the RIT upon arrival as all hands were in service. Just a few minutes after the Rescue’s arrival, Command struck the 2nd alarm, which brought in full Company 20, along with Companies 06 (Collingdale #1), 16 (Yeadon), and RIT 43 (Holmes). Ladder 20 (A/C B. Tully) was right out the door and took the rear of the dwelling upon arrival, as the crew headed for the roof and made several cuts to provide ventilation. Engines 20-1, 20-2, and 20-3 also all made the response and were given various assignments upon arrival. The fire was placed under control around the 50 minute mark, with crews continuing to operate for several hours. Company 20 was released from the scene around 5:30 pm, about 2 hours and 51 minutes after being dispatched.