Family displaced, 3 dogs die after Silver Spring fire

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer) (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer) (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer) (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer) (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
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Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Drive at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation. (Courtesy Pete Piringer)

WASHINGTON — A family is displaced and three dogs have died following a Silver Spring, Maryland, house fire Tuesday.

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the house fire on 3064 Schubert Dr. at around 9:30 a.m. They were able to put out the fire and rescue the dogs from the home, but the dogs died from smoke inhalation.

The residents were not home when the fire started on the second floor.

The cause of the fire is still unknown.


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