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Fire Damages Mobile Home in Wicomico County

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BIVALVE, Md.- Authorities are investigating a Monday morning fire that caused thousands of dollars of damage to a vacant mobile home in western Wicomico County.

The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office said that at around 5:35 a.m., members of the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office discovered the fire in the rear bedroom of the home located at located at 3977 Oyster Shell Lane in Bivalve. Fifteen firefighters from the Westside, Hebron and Mardela volunteer fire companies responded to the scene and were able to get the fire under control in approximately 45 minutes.

There were no reported injuries. The fire caused an estimated $10,000 in damage to the home and another $1,000 in damage to its contents. The cause remains under investigation.

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

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