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Fire Leaves Stockton, Md. Home in Ruins

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Aerial view of the aftermath of Wednesday morning's fire. (Photo: WBOC Chopper 16) Aerial view of the aftermath of Wednesday morning's fire. (Photo: WBOC Chopper 16)

STOCKTON, Md.- Authorities are investigating a Wednesday morning house fire that displaced a family in Stockton.

Stockton Volunteer Fire Company officials said it was shortly after 8 a.m. when fire crews were called to the single family home, located at 426 Snow Hill Road. It took the Stockton VFC, assisted by other other fire companies in Worcester, Somerset and Accomack counties, approximately three hours to get the blaze under control.

There were no reported injuries. Officials said the fire caused extensive damage to home, making it uninhabitable.

There is no word yet on the cause of the fire, which remains under investigation.

The Red Cross is assisting the home's occupants, officials said.

Friends of the family have set up a page for donations on the website gofundme.com.

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