DELMAR, Md. - The cause of a trailer fire in Delmar is under investigation.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office says the fire started just after 4:00 PM on Sunday at a Coachman Recreational Trailer on Walnut Street. The blaze, which was discovered by a neighbor, reportedly took ten Delmar firefighters around 20 minutes to control.
Damages are estimated at $2,000, total. No one was injured, but two cats died in the fire. At this time, officials say they are still investigating where the fire started and what caused it. The American Red Cross is apparently assisting the family.
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