By CBS Baltimore Staff

ABINGDON, MD. (WJZ) — A fire broke out early Saturday morning in Harford County, fire officials said.

The fire was discovered at around 10:07 a.m. in the 400 block of Amelanchier Court in Abingdon. The owners smelled smoke and later saw a fire on the back patio. The fire quickly spread to the outside of the house and upwards toward the roof.

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Credit: Office of the State Fire Marshal

Credit: Office of the State Fire Marshal

Investigators said winds contributed to the fast-moving fire. The National Weather service said the area experienced wind gusts over 30 mph.

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The fire was contained and family and friends are assisting the owners.

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No one was injured, and an estimated $200,000 in damages to the structure and its contents.

CBS Baltimore Staff