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Cambridge Vacant Building Fire Reportedly Arson

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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - A two-alarm fire rips through a vacant building in Cambridge, and investigators believe arson is to blame. The two-story structure, at 617 High Street, lit up around 11:45 PM Wednesday night.

Six fire crews, with 65 firefighters, arrived on scene and put out the blaze within 30 minutes. However, one firefighter suffered a minor injury, and was later released from the hospital.

Fire marshals, along with Cambridge Police Department, are investigating, and say that damages are estimated at $90,000. The fire was apparently discovered by a passerby.

If you know anything call the Salisbury Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal at 410-713-3780.

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