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Update: Garage Fire Damages Home

 

UPDATE: Thursday morning's fire did more than $30,000 in damage to the house on BonMark Court in Germantown, according  to Montgomery County Fire Rescue Service Senior Spokesman Pete Piringer. Three adults, two children and two dogs have been displaced by the fire. 

   Montgomery County Fire Rescue Service units were called to 192000 BonMark Court in Germantown at 9:30 am on Thursday, May 7 for a fire in an attached garage, according to fire officials. The fire started in the one-car garage of the single-family home. The garage, which was used primarily for storage, did not house a car.   

   All occupants of the house attached to the garage were able escape without injury.

 

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