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Md. fire marshal's office investigates cause of Jeep fire

March 24, 2013
  • The Md. Fire Marshal's office is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a Jeep Saturday morning in Keedysville.
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KEEDYSVILLE — The state fire marshal’s office was investigating the cause of a suspicious fire that destroyed a Jeep Saturday morning in Keedysville, Sharpsburg Fire Capt. Darryl Benner said.

No one was injured in the fire, Benner said.

Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Co. was called to the fire on Dogstreet Road at 4:56 a.m. Saturday, Benner said.

The Jeep, which has not been driven for a few weeks, was facing the front of a garage to the rear of 42 S. Main St., Benner said. The Jeep and garage belong to the owner of 42 S. Main St., which is at the corner of South Main Street and Dogstreet Road, he said.

The Jeep was about 20 feet from the garage, which was not damaged by the fire, Benner said.

— Julie E. Greene

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