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Fire at OC Restaurant Causes Extensive Damage

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OCEAN CITY, Md.- A Friday night fire caused extensive damage to the Waterman's Seafood Company in Ocean City.

The Ocean City Fire Department said the initial calls for the blaze on the 12000 block of Ocean Gateway came just before 7 p.m. Friday.  

According to the OCFD, multiple fire companies were on the scene including Berlin Fire Company, Showell Volunteer Fire Department, Bishopville Fire Department and Ocean Pines Fire Department. 

Waterman's Seafood Company was open when the fire started, everyone was safely evacuated from the building.  No injuries have been reported.

Debbie Willey works at Waterman's Seafood Company.  She was there when the fire started. 

"We smelled smoke around 5:00 p.m. i guess, some of the the power went out in some places of the restaurant. We had a full bar and all the tables were full.  We told everyone to leave we cleared the bar out," says Willey.

 

 

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