Dog dies in Easton blaze that causes $750k in damages

A fire is under investigation, after deputies say that a dog was killed, in Easton, on Sunday afternoon.

According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office, 64 firefighters responded to a blaze, at a two story home on East Earl Avenue at 12:29 p.m., on Sunday. The fire took two hours to control.

The estimated loss of the home is $550,000, while the estimated loss of belongings is $200,000. The fire was discovered by a neighbor and the cause is under investigation, along with where the blaze started.

The owners dog, who was found inside of the home, died in the fire.

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