RISING SUN, Md. (WJZ) — The Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office said a welding accident caused a two-alarm fire Thursday in Cecil County.
The fire broke out in a business just before 11:30 a.m. in the 200 block of Joseph Biggs Memorial Highway, officials said. Firefighters from the Rising Sun Fire Company found heavy fire in a garage with a vehicle inside. An employee was welding under a car, which started the fire. The flames quickly spread and the employees couldn’t control it.READ MORE: WATCH: Mayor Brandon Scott & Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa To Provide COVID-19 Update Thursday
No one was injured.
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DSFMs are on the scene & investigating the cause of this 2-alarm fire in Cecil County. Just before 11:30 AM @RisingSun was dispatched to the 200 block of Biggs Hwy for a building fire. FFS discovered heavy fire throughout a garage with a vehicle inside. Cause under investigation pic.twitter.com/93gKYC3ZBI
— Maryland State Fire Marshal (@MarylandOSFM) July 1, 2021MORE NEWS: Camp Hashawa In Carroll County Welcomes Back Campers, Counselors & Staff