HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — Investigators are working to determine what sparked a fire that killed three people in Hagerstown on Wednesday night.
The fire broke out along the 300 block of Linganore Avenue.READ MORE: 'It's Terrible': Frustrated Parents In Anne Arundel County React To School Bus Driver Shortages, Officials Say They Are Working To Resolve Problem
Crews arrived to find flames shooting through a home.
#BREAKING – The Office of the State Fire Marshal will be assisting the @HFDNews Fire Marshals Office with a reported triple fatal fire in the 300 block of Linganore Avenue in Hagerstown. HFD will be the point of contact for media affairs. pic.twitter.com/apIr8GVAvy
— Maryland State Fire Marshal (@MarylandOSFM) February 25, 2021READ MORE: 25-Year-Old Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To Six Years In Federal Prison For Selling Methamphetamine In Cecil County
The fire chief said as soon as they arrived on the scene, they learned multiple people were trapped inside.
Firefighters later found the three victims.MORE NEWS: Jessup Man Arrested On Five Counts Of Child Pornography
Two other people were taken to the hospital, one for smoke inhalation, and the other for anxiety.