Frederick County Fire Displaces One
Frederick County Fire and Rescue responded to a fire late Saturday night that displaced one person.
Units responded to the fire at 11:53 a.m. on November 17th, 2018, and arrived at the 315 South Summit Avenue location to find a single-story residential structure with smoke and fire visible from the exterior. No occupants were inside at the time of the blaze, and nobody was injured. It took crews one hour to extinguish the fire, and an hour and a half to complete salvage and overhaul. The fire is currently under investigation by the Frederick County Fire Marshal’s Office.
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