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Trapped Occupants Rescued From Burning House In Golden Beach


Trapped Occupants Rescued From Burning House In Golden Beach

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. — A late-night house fire on June 10, 2024, resulted in a heroic rescue of trapped occupants.

Fire and rescue personnel responded to the blaze in the 40300 block of Wolfe Drive in Golden Beach. The call came in at approximately 10:21 p.m., with multiple 911 callers reporting a house fully involved with occupants trapped inside.

Neighbors reportedly threw a ladder up to the back side of the home, enabling the trapped occupants on the second floor to exit.

Upon arrival, emergency personnel found the apartment above a garage with fire showing from the top floor. Fortunately, all occupants had managed to escape safely by the time emergency personnel reached the scene. 

Firefighters initiated an aggressive interior attack and brought the fire under control within 20 minutes. Crews from the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department assisted by laddering up the structure, controlling utilities, and helping with overhaul and hitting hot spots. SMECO was requested to the scene to secure the power.

The scene was cleared after 2.5 hours of operation, with no reported injuries. However, one cat remains unaccounted for. 

The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Office of the State Fire Marshal.

Updates will be provided as they become available.

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