Queen Anne’s Co. fire causes over $400K in damages; investigation ongoing

photo courtesy of the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal 

A fire remains under investigation after officials say the blaze caused over $400,000 in damages, in Queen Anne's County. 

The Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal says on Wednesday, just after 10:35 AM, the Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire at a home on Wye Narrows Drive. 

According to the report, the two story home was engulfed in flames as 25 firefighters worked to control the fire in one hour. authorities say the home was under renovation and smoke alarm was not present.

Officials report that the total estimated damage is $402,000.

The cause of this blaze remains under investigation by the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal. 

Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to call Upper Eastern Regional Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal at 410-822-7609.
 

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