Two medics were injured in a crash involving a Prince George’s County ambulance on the Beltway Monday night.
There were no smoke detectors in a Prince George’s County home where a fire occurred early Wednesday.
Thanksgiving week is one of the busiest times of the year for local burn units.
It was an exhausting start to the week for Prince George’s County fire crews, as calls flooded the department Monday through evening hours.
WASHINGTON — A Maryland volunteer fire department fire truck that was helping block cars from driving to close to a crash scene was struck by a van Thursday night, leading to one critical injury. Still, the blocking…
WASHINGTON — A Suitland home caught fire Sunday morning after a cat knocked over a lit candle. The cat accidentally knocked over a candle on a mattress, setting fire to a home on the 2100 block of…
WASHINGTON — A man is in critical condition after firefighters rescued him from a burning home in Bowie, Maryland, Wednesday morning. 5700 Park Dr in Bowie. 1 adult male rescued by Firefighters is in…
Despite the revival efforts, the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Three weekend house fires in Prince George\’s County started the same way: burning candles left unattended.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 95 are closed before Route 198 on Sunday night after a tractor-trailer truck overturned and caught fire at about 8 p.m., injuring two people.
Prince George\’s County fire officials say multiple
cars, vans and buses were found burning in a parking lot at an Upper Marlboro park.
Three teenagers sustained injuries when their collided with a tractor-trailer in a fiery crash on a Landover roadway.
Prince George\’s County Fire has released the
preliminary cause of a house fire that killed
three and injured three. They say the cause was
electrical in nature and was accidental.
A woman drove a car into a home in Prince
George\’s County Tuesday afternoon.
Every year there is a warning, but every year
3,000 people die in household fires.
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