DEALE, Md. (WJZ) — A fire broke out at a home on Thursday morning just 10 months after it was being rebuilt from a fatal fire last year.
According to Anne Arundel fire spokesman Russ Davies, firefighters responded to the call after reports of an explosion in the 600 block of Marshall Road in Deale around 8:25 a.m.READ MORE: Richardson Carries Colgate Over Loyola (Md.) 65-52
55 fire fighters responded from surrounding counties and brought the flames under control within an hour on Thursday.READ MORE: Holden, Timberlake Lift Towson Over Delaware 69-62
Officials say the home was under construction after it was destroyed by a fire on March 20, 2014, killing one occupant of the home.
Investigators determined the fire to be accidental and the cause is believed to be a leaking propane heating system used in the construction process.
The damages are estimated at $175,000. No injuries were reported.MORE NEWS: Lehner Makes 34 Saves, Golden Knights Shut Out Capitals 1-0
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