Fire officials investigating house fire in Queenstown

QUEENSTOWN, Md. — Maryland fire officials are investigating a house fire that broke out Tuesday afternoon in Queen Anne’s County.

Fire officials say the blaze broke out around 1:30 p.m., at a home at 116 Mainbrace Drive in Queenstown. The one alarm fire took 35 firefighters approximately two hours to control.

Officials say the home had no smoke or fire alarm and that the fire was discovered by a neighbor. No one was injured in the fire. Fire damage is estimated at $400,000.

An investigation is underway as to what caused the fire. If anyone has information regarding the fire, you are asked to contact the Maryland State Fire Marshal Office at 410-422-7609.

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