BALTIMORE (WJZ) — No one was hurt after a Loch Raven family’s home caught fire on Christmas Eve, authorities said.
The fire was reported sometime Friday morning at a home on Lydonlea Avenue, according to the Baltimore City Fire Department.READ MORE: Investigation Ongoing Into Vacant Home Fire That Killed 3 Baltimore Firefighters
The fire department said crews arrived quickly and were able to get the flames under control within an hour.
Everyone inside the home made it out safely and no one was hurt, the fire department said.READ MORE: Businesses Owners On The Block Protest Proposal To Close Establishments On The Street By 10 P.M.
There’s no word yet on a cause.
City Councilman Mark Conway said he spoke with the family, who told him they lost nearly everything in the fire.
“They are all safe, but they lost their home and almost all of their belongings in the blaze,” Conway said.MORE NEWS: Shooting At Towson Student-Centered Apartment Building Under Investigation
Conway said he’s working with a neighborhood association to support the family in their time of need.
I spoke with the family who lives at the house which caught fire this morning on Lydonlea Way. Fortunately, they are all safe, but they lost their home and almost all of their belongings in the blaze. My heart goes out to them as they process this and begin to rebuild. pic.twitter.com/BpSR6hEcDG
— Councilman Mark Conway (@MarkConway4th) December 24, 2021