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A firefighter/emergency medical technician fell through a hole in the floor of a burning cabin Friday afternoon and "mayday" was declared, said Jim Click, deputy chief for Vigilant Hose Co.
A discarded cigarette in some potting soil started the fire that destroyed three homes and damaged five others in the Sumner Lake community, according to the Manassas Fire Marshal.
The cause of a fire that damaged and destroyed 14 apartments on U S Rep Roscoe Bartlett's Buckeystown Pike farm has been ruled undetermined, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
County and state fire marshals continue to investigate the cause of a fire that destroyed or damaged 14 apartments Thursday at U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett's farm at 4317 Buckeystown Pike.
A fire was reported at a Temple Hills apartment building for the second time in two weeks.
D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman Pete Piringer says the fire truck was responding to a small fire at the George Washington University library.
The fire in a Reston-area townhouse caused $180,000 damage.
A Thurmont man who paid almost $77,000 in restitution for destroying his landlord's house in a June fire escaped a prison sentence for first-degree malicious burning.
The gas leak kept the fire going for an hour.
The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department says the 10 p.m. fire did about $75,000 damage to a townhouse in Kingstowne.