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Laurel house fire caused by ‘discarded smoking materials’

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A house fire in Laurel Sunday, April 18, was caused by “discarded smoking materials,” according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.

The fire was reported just before 1 p.m. in the 30000 block of Seaford Road. The Laurel Fire Department arrived to find smoke and flames coming from the home.

The occupants were able to escape without injury, while a firefighter was treated and released for minor injuries.

A firefighter suffered minor injuries at a house fire in Laurel Sunday, April 18.

State fire investigators determined the fire to be accidental, caused by “discarded smoking materials” igniting nearby combustibles.

Damage is estimated at $175,000.

The occupants of a house that caught fire April 18 in Laurel escaped unharmed.

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