State Police Police due to investigate after two homes were damaged in a fire in Washington County

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DAILY ALTITUDE IN THE LOW 80’S. BURNING OVER NIGHT, FIRE BURNING THROUGH THE ROOF OF TWO BUILDINGS IN WASHINGTON. A SPECTATOR SEND US THESE PICTURES SHOWING GIANT SMOKE AND FLAMES FROM THE TV KELLY: THE CALL COMES AT 11:00 YESTERDAY. ON SITE THE FIREMAN EXPLAINS US THAT THE BUILDINGS WERE EMPTY AND THE FIRE IS UNDER A BREEZE THAT CONNECTS THE TWO BUILDINGS. THE BUILDINGS ARE NOW A TOTAL LOSS. US has been told the buildings have been vacant since the owner moved a business out of the building a few years ago. THE CHIEF SAYS THE FIRE MAY NOT STARTED BY CIACDENT. >> I COULD SAY THE STATE POLICE FIRE BRIGADE MARSHAL IS HERE. THERE’S A WITNESS AND AT THIS POINT YOU ARE LOOKING SUSPECTIVE. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEF ALSO SA CYSREWS KEEP THE FIRE FROM JUMPINGO IN THE NEXT COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT

State Police Police due to investigate after two homes were damaged in a fire in Washington County

Fire broke out late on Sunday evening

The state police fire marshal will investigate a fire that damaged two homes in Washington city on Sunday night. The fire was reported on Jefferson Avenue at around 11 p.m., but crews had to work to protect a commercial development next door. No injuries were reported.

The state police fire marshal will investigate a fire that damaged two houses in Washington city on Sunday night.

The fire was reported on Jefferson Avenue at around 11 p.m.

The fire chief said the two houses, connected by a wind tunnel, were empty but crews had to work to protect a commercial development next door.

No injuries were reported.



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