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One Dog Passed Away in House Fire

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CRISFIELD, Md. – A dog passed away in a house fire Thursday night.

The fire happened just after 10:00 p.m. on Franklin St.

According to the Maryland State Fire Marshal Office, the fire started as result of an electrical heater sitting too close to combustibles. The fire originated in the living room of the single family home.

The fire marshal's office says one dog died as result of the fire.

Fire officials say damage is estimated at $125,000.

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