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Fire Damages Delmarva Chiropractic Office in Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md.- The Maryland State Fire Marshal says there was an electrical fire sparked by a thunderstorm early Thursday morning at Delmarva Chiropractic.

The building is located at 1314 Belmont Avenue in Salisbury. The fire marshal estimates $150,000 in damage to the structure and another $300,000 in damage to contents inside the building. 

A Salisbury fire department spokesperson says a neighbor called the fire in around 4 a.m. when he said he saw smoke coming out of the office building.

Authorities say no one was inside at the time and no injuries are reported.

 

 

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