Boats Burn at D.C. Marina

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    Fire investigators are still on the scene of an overnight fire involving several boats at the Washington Yacht Club in Southeast Washington. One of the boats on fire was 35 foot long. News Four?s Tracee Wilkins was first on the scene and sends us back this new daylight video from the scene. Fire boats can be seen still spraying water on the burned boats. (Published Monday, Jul 18, 2011)

    Pleasure boats burned in their berths at the Washington Yacht Club in Southeast D.C. early Monday.

    Fireboats worked to subdue the blaze.  Four boats were involved in the fire, including one 35-foot craft.  The marina is located at the 1500 block on M Street, Southeast.

    RAW Video: Washington Yacht Club Daylight Video

    [DC] RAW Video: Washington Yacht Club Daylight Video
    Fire investigators are still on the scene of an overnight fire involving several boats at the Washington Yacht Club in Southeast Washington. One of the boats on fire was 35 foot long. News Four?s Tracee Wilkins was first on the scene and sends us back this new daylight video from the scene. Fire boats can be seen still spraying water on the burned boats. (Published Monday, Jul 18, 2011)

    The smell of smoke hung over the south Capitol Hill neighborhood Monday, and spilled oil and gas ran into the Anacostia River near the incident.

    At 6 a.m., debris was still smoldering.  Investigators worked Monday morning to identify the cause of the fire.