A large fire tore through multiple homes on Milords Lane in Doylestown Thursday evening, and left four families seeking help from the Red Cross.
Emergency crews began responding to the fire around 7:30 p.m.
Firefighters were still working to control the blaze around 10:30 p.m., Doylestown fire officials said, adding that about 30 trucks were still on the scene late Thursday night.
There was no information immediately available Thursday night on the cause of the fire, or how many people were injured.
The American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania is now looking for donations to assist eight people who were affected by the fire. The organization sent a team of six volunteers to the scene Thursday night.