Early Morning fire breaks out at Rehoboth Beach condo building

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — Delaware fire officials are investigating the cause of a condo fire that broke out in Rehoboth Beach Friday morning.

Officials say the fire broke out around 1:00 AM, at a 3-story condo building in the 35000 block of Haven Drive.

Pictures provided by the Indian River Volunteer Fire Company show the structural damage left by the fire.

Multiple fire departments responded to the scene to aide the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company. The Sussex County Paramedics were also on the scene to help any occupants that needed aid.

Firefighters worked from inside and outside of the building to extinguish the fire. Fire crews stayed at the scene for about three hours. We’re told there were no injuries, but that fire damage may exceed $1,000,000.

The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office is continuing to investigate.  The cause of the fire has not yet been determined. The building has been evacuated and closed to any tenants due to structure damage.

We will continue to give more information as it becomes available on the fire.

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