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Structure Fire In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - Firefighters were busy responding to a fire at the start of the new year.

Officials with the Salisbury Fire Department say the structure fire occurred on the 600 block of Hill Street around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. Officials say the fire was came from the second floor in a rear cooking area.

Fire officials say about 25 firefighters responded to the scene and it took a little less than an hour to control.

Authorities say the residence was a rental property with smoke detectors; however, the detectors failed to operate. One occupant was taken to PRMC with non-life threatening injuries.

Station 5 Hebron and Station 3 Fruitland also assisted with the fire.

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