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Latest Accomack County Fire Ruled Arson

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WBOC NewsWatcher Thomas W. Berry of easternshorefire.com provided these photos of Thursday night's fire on Front Street in the town of Accomac. WBOC NewsWatcher Thomas W. Berry of easternshorefire.com provided these photos of Thursday night's fire on Front Street in the town of Accomac.

ACCOMAC, Va.- Authorities have ruled as arson a fire that broke out at an unoccupied home in Accomack County on Thursday night.

Virginia State Police said that at around 10 p.m., arson investigators were called to the fire at the home on the 2300 of Front Street in the town of Accomac. Investigators determined the fire was intentionally set and consistent with the other recent arsons that have occurred in the county. There were no reported injuries.

This was the 37th fire since mid-November in Accomack County. The bulk of those fires have been ruled arson.   

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