Fire destroys home under construction

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BEL AIR, Md. (WJZ) — A two-alarm occurrence destroyed a single-family location nether operation Saturday morning, according to the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal.

A neighbour reported the occurrence successful the 2800 artifact of 12 Stones Road conscionable earlier 5:45 a.m., and it took 50 firefighters from respective departments astir an hr to bring it nether control.

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No 1 was injured, a connection from the bureau said. The occurrence caused astir $500,000 successful damages.

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Sprinklers successful the location were not connected due to the fact that the location was inactive nether construction, according to the statement. The proprietor told investigators the operation was astir finished.

The root and origin are inactive being investigated, according to the statement.

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Anyone with accusation is asked to telephone the Fire Marshal’s Northeast Regional Office astatine 410-386-3050.

Deputy State Fire Marshals are connected the country and actively investigating the origin of this occurrence successful Harford County. It was initially reported arsenic a barn occurrence but has since been determined to beryllium a location nether construction. We volition update you arsenic we get much information. https://t.co/pXJRpo6Fz2

— Maryland State Fire Marshal (@MarylandOSFM) January 1, 2022

#Update – DSFMs, @ATFBaltimore & K9 Kachina stay connected the country attempting to find the origin of this two-alarm occurrence successful Harford County. The location was astir completed, and the owners hoped to determination successful soon. No injuries were reported.

More info —> https://t.co/vYoLtnWBrK pic.twitter.com/gwmGuEt3JR

— Maryland State Fire Marshal (@MarylandOSFM) January 1, 2022

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