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UPDATE: GoFundMe Started for Family of Five After California House Fire Displaces Them, Fire Deemed Accidental

UPDATE 5/8/2024: Fire Marshal Report and GoFundMe added. On Saturday, May 4, 2024, 6:47 p.m., firefighters from St. Mary’s and Calvert County responded to 21880 Magnolia Drive in California, for a house on fire. Crews arrived on scene to find fire showing from an 2-car attached garage extending to the 2 Story Single Family Residence. The owner is identified as James Shaw with the estimated loss of structure and contents valued at $450,000.00 Fortunately, all 5 occupants escaped without injury. They are being assisted by the American Red Cross, family and friends. A GoFundMe has been started, if you cannot assist, please share. 1 adult and 1 firefighter suffered non-life threatening injuries. They have since been treated and released from the hospital. Over 70 firefighters responded. Investigation determined the fire was accidental and started in the attached 2-car garage. 5/6/2024: On Saturday, May 4, 2024, at approximately 6:48 p.m., firefighters from Bay District, Leonardtown, Hollywood, Solomons, Second District, and Prince Frederick were dispatched to the 21800 block of Magnolia Drive in California, for the reported attached garage on fire. Crews arrived on the scene to find a two-story residence with fire showing from the attached garage with extensions into the house and […]

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