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Fire Damages Church in Bridgeville

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Shown is the nursery of Lifeway Church of God in Bridgeville following a fire that occurred early Friday morning. (Photo: WBOC) Shown is the nursery of Lifeway Church of God in Bridgeville following a fire that occurred early Friday morning. (Photo: WBOC)

BRIDGEVILLE, Del.- Authorities are investigating an early Friday fire that heavily damaged the Lifeway Church of God in Bridgeville.

The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office said the blaze broke out shortly after 4 a.m. at the church located on the 7000 block of Seashore Highway.

The Bridgeville Fire Company responded to the scene and was assisted by the Blades, Georgetown, Greenwood and Seaford fire companies. Upon arrival they encountered fire showing.

Investigators said the building was secured and unoccupied at the time of the fire. No injuries were reported. Damages have been estimated at $80,000.

Deputy state fire marshals are still searching for the origin and cause of the fire.

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