Fire Heavily Damages Delmar Home Friday

The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s office is investigating a Friday afternoon fire that heavily
damaged a house in Delmar, Delaware.

Assistant State Fire Marshal Michael Chionchio said the blaze, reported shortly after 2:00 pm, occurred in the 36000 block of Red Berry Road in Holly Ridge. The Delmar Volunteer Fire Company arrived on the scene with flames engulfing the two-story dwelling.

On Friday Chionchio said Deputy fire marshals were on scene searching for the fire’s origin and cause. There were no reported injuries.

Fire damage is estimated at $250,000. This fire remains under investigation.

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