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Fire Causes $90,000 in Damage to Chestertown Garage

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WBOC NewsWatcher Larry Slagle captured this photo of Tuesday evening's garage fire in Chestertown. WBOC NewsWatcher Larry Slagle captured this photo of Tuesday evening's garage fire in Chestertown.

KENT COUNTY, Md.— The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office says a fire heavily damaged a Chestertown garage early Tuesday evening.

According to investigators, a motorist passing 7680 Airey Hill Road at around 7 p.m. discovered a fire in a detached two-car garage. Officials said it took 30 firefighters from the Chestertown, Rock Hall, Kennedyville and Crumpton fire departments, approximately 10 minutes to control the blaze.

The fire caused an estimated $20,000 in structural damage and an estimated $70,000 in damage to contents, investigators said.

There were no reported injuries in the fire and the cause of fire remains under investigation.

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