Fire Rips Through Milton Consignment Shop, $125K In Damage

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Milton: The Delaware Office of the State Fire Marshal is investigating a structure fire that damaged a mercantile consignment establishment in Milton, Delaware on June 1st, 2020, according to Chief Deputy State Fire Marshal John Galaska.

Galaska said the fire, reported shortly after 04:30 A.M. , occurred in the 28000 block of Lewes – Georgetown Highway at Mary’s Touch Moving and Packing consignment shop.  When the Lewes Fire Department arrived on the scene they found smoke and flames coming from the structure. Additional firefighters from area fire companies assisted at the scene.

State fire investigators, called to the scene, are investigating the fire’s origin and cause said Galaska.

Fire damage is estimated at $125,000. There were no reported injuries. The building was not occupied at the time fo the fire. There were no reported injuries.

Correction: An earlier version of this article stated the fire was in Rehoboth Beach. That was incorrect.

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