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Police Probe Sunday Night Fire in Accomack County

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TEMPERANCEVILLE, Va.- Virginia State Police are investigating yet another fire in Accomack County.

It happened at around 9 p.m. Sunday at a two-story abandoned building on the 29000 block of Saxis Road in Temperanceville. There were no reported injuries. 

Sunday's fire comes on the heels of another fire that broke out Saturday night at an unoccupied trailer in Nelsonia. According to police, the owners were using the trailer to block the public from looking into the back of their property. There were no injuries reported and that fire remains under investigation.

Police have not yet determined if either fires are connected to the recent string of arsons under criminal investigation in Accomack County.

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