2 dead, 8 firefighters hurt in Calvert County house blaze
Apr 04, 2019 | 5:25 PM
|CHESAPEAKE BEACH, Md. (AP)
Fire investigators in Maryland say witnesses reported that a blaze that killed two people, injured firefighters and destroyed several townhouses started outside, so no sprinklers or smoke alarms were activated.
Deputy Chief Stephen Stanton of the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department said State Fire Marshal Brian Geraci confirmed the two deaths in Wednesday's fire in Chesapeake Beach, approximately 28 miles south of Annapolis. The victims weren't immediately identified.
2 ALARM FIRE, CHESAPEAKE BEACH: Multiple units are on the scene of a multi units structure fire in Chesapeake Beach in Fishing Creek of the Courtyards on the 3800 block of Gordon Stinnett Avenue. Video/Pictures From Marisol Correa pic.twitter.com/cf2lso7mXi