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Firefighters Battle Flames at O.C. Condo

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OCEAN CITY, Md.- Multiple fire companies on Wednesday evening battled a 2-alarm fire in Ocean City at Bradley on the Bay Condominiums on 37th Street near Coastal Highway. 

According to the Ocean City Fire Department, the call came in for the fire just before 6 p.m. 

Four fire companies responded to the fire, including the Ocean City Fire Department, the Ocean Pines Volunteer Fire Department, the Showell Volunteer Fire Department and the Berlin Fire Company.

An Ocean City Fire Department spokesperson said at least three families were displaced by the fire. One firefighter was treated for a minor injury.

The Ocean City Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause of the blaze.

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