There was heavy fire in a large maintenance shed in Seneca Creek State park. When firefighters arrived, they noticed a farm tractor and a boat on fire inside the shed.
Fire officials said Saturday the fire was mostly under control and that there seemed to be no casualties, but said that every floor of the historic building at the heart of the city center was damaged.
Firefighters in Loudoun County were able to put out a fire at the Ted Britt Chevorlet dealership on Harry Byrd Highway, however there was damage to some cars and the roof of the building.
A mother and daughter were rescued Monday morning after a discarded cigarette accidentally caused a fire to erupt in their Suitland, Maryland, home.
A house fire in Montgomery County sent one woman to the hospital Monday with life-threatening burns, according to fire officials.
A 2-year-old girl from western Maryland has died after a fire in her babysitter’s home.
One person was found dead inside a hotel room where a fire started on Hampton Park Boulevard in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Delays remain on Metro’s Red Line after an arcing insulator fire at the Wheaton station on Wednesday morning. Trains were single tracking between Wheaton and Silver Spring for nearly two hours.
Two people have died and two others were hospitalized early Tuesday morning after a house caught fire in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Officials say a man has suffered critical injuries in an electrical fire in a rowhouse in Washington, D.C.
The fire that tore through a Centreville, Virginia, town house community earlier this month, was sparked by smoking materials that had been improperly discarded. The fire caused more than $2.2 million in damages.
Fires have killed nine people in Prince George’s County so far in 2018. That’s nearly double the total from 2017 and fire officials aren’t sure what exactly is causing the spike in fatalities.
One woman is dead in a fire in the 11400 block of Howard Court in Beltsville, Maryland. She is the ninth fire fatality in Prince George’s County in 2018. Crews are still working to determine the cause and origin of the fire.
Firefighters Thursday morning continue to work to put out a warehouse fire in D.C.’s Takoma neighborhood. Metro says the Red Line will operate Thursday but there will be reduced speeds between Takoma and Fort Totten.
An apartment fire sent two firefighters to the hospital and displaced eight people in Southeast D.C. on Friday night. Investigators are searching for the cause of the fire.
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