ELKTON, Md. (AP) — Two large storage barns with thousands of bales of hay inside caught fire at the Fair Hill Natural Resource Management Area in Elkton.

Authorities say a park employee noticed the blaze on Saturday afternoon. Authorities say the two 50-by-100-foot pole barns contained thousands of hay bales, priced at roughly $100 each. The Office of the State Fire Marshal says the blaze caused roughly $750,000 worth of damage, and that the fire will likely burn for several days.

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WBAL-AM reports that 75 firefighters from 10 departments, including departments in Delaware and Pennsylvania, helped fight the fire on Saturday.

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The cause of the blaze is under investigation. No injuries have been reported.

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