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Search Tags: house fire
A $2 million dollar home along the Patuxent River has been reduced to rubble after a chimney fire caused its roof to collapse.
With five fires in Prince George's County alone related to Wednesday's snowstorm, the county fire chief urges residents to be more careful about how they keep themselves warm.
There has been an additional death from a Hyattsville house fire that killed one of four young sisters last Wednesday.
A 13-year-old girl is now the second sibling to die following a fire in a Hyattsville, Md. home.
One person died and two emergency workers were sent to the hospital in a devastating house fire Saturday evening
More than 100 dogs were pulled from a burning house in Calvert County Sunday morning. Only four dogs died in the fire.
A huge house that was under construction for years and called an eyesore by neighbors burned down to its foundation early Sunday morning.
Tags: Falls Church
One man was injured in a house fire Friday night in the 800 block of Brunswick Street, said George Clary, assistant chief of the Brunswick Volunteer Fire Co.
An area family lost three of its pet dogs and a cat when a fire broke out in the kitchen of a house Friday in the 5600 block of Stone Road.
A woman has died, and another is in serious condition after a townhouse fire in Southeast D.C.