White Marsh House Fire Under Investigation

Six fire companies helped put out the blaze on Friday, White Marsh officials said.

(Credit: White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company)
(Credit: White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company)
The cause of a fire that broke out at a vacant home in White Marsh Friday remains under investigation, according to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.

The fire company said it was dispatched to a house fire in the 11300 block of Philadelphia Road and found a "large amount of fire coming from the left side of the house."

Nobody was in the home, which was vacant, according to the report from the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Department.

Crews from both Baltimore and Harford Counties responded, including Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company, Perry Hall, Middle River, Chase, Fullerton, and Joppa Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company, according to White Marsh.

After knocking down the fire outside with assistance from additional companies, crews went inside to investigate, the report said.

"The house was old, which posed challenges for crews trying to find the fire in the walls," the fire company reported.

Nobody was injured in the blaze, according to the report.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation, according to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.

Related: Flames Overtake House in White Marsh


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