Week Brothers Killed In House Fire Ends With Citywide Smoke Detector SweepA week that saw three people killed in house fires in Baltimore ends with an effort to save the next life.
Fire Officials: 2 Escape Md. Townhouse BlazePrince George's County fire officials say working smoke detectors helped two people escape a two-alarm fire that gutted a town house in Kettering.
Baltimore Officials Conducting Smoke Alarm SweepFirefighters and paramedics in Baltimore are going door to door to talk about smoke alarms and install them where needed.
Baltimore Firefighters Go Door-To-Door To Check For Smoke Alarms, Educate About Fire SafetyA tragic house fire killed five family members. Now, fire officials are trying to prevent this from happening again.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Issues Statement About Fatal FireMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a statement regarding the fatal fire in Northeast Baltimore.
Baltimore Fire Department Conducts Drive To Install Smoke Alarms In City HomesFires kill people across the country each year including citizens in Baltimore. On Saturday, the city fire department hit the streets to make homes safer.
Fire Deaths Down In Md.Fire officials say fire deaths in Maryland for the first six months of 2012 are down from the same period last year.
Man, 2 Dogs Dead After Baltimore FireA man and two dogs are dead after their home went up in flames. It happened at a home on the 6500-block of Eastbourne Avenue around 11 p.m. Saturday.