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Still no Word on Cause of Princess Anne House Fire

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WBOC Chopper 16 aerial photos of Thursday morning's fire. WBOC Chopper 16 aerial photos of Thursday morning's fire.

PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Authorities are continuing to search for the cause of a Thursday morning fire that destroyed a home in Princess Anne.  

The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office reports that the blaze broke out shortly before 11 a.m. at a two story home located at 30434 Pine Street. 

It took 25 firefighters from the Princess Anne, Crisfield, Mount Vernon and Deal Island fire companies approximately one hour to get the fire under control. The fire caused an estimated $80,000 in damage to the structure and another $20,000 in damage to its contents. 

There were no reported injuries. Officials said the Red Cross is assisting the homeowner, who was at work at the time of the fire.

Anyone with information about this fire is asked to call investigators with the State Fire Marshal's Office at (410) 713-3780.

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