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Prince George’s County Fire and EMS put out a fire Friday night that displaced around 62 people in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Miraculously, no one was injured, the department said.
At around 8:30 p.m., crews were called to a fire in a three-story garden-style apartment complex on the 2100 block of Alice Avenue, the department tweeted.
People were home, enjoying their New Year's Day, when fire started ripping through some of the apartments. Flames spread to two buildings, according to the department.
The Red Cross was on the scene assisting those left on the streets because of the blaze, while firefighters from D.C., Alexandria, Fairfax and the Naval District of Washington assisted Prince George’s County firefighters.
At one point, firefighters had to be evacuated from the building because of the intensity of the fire.
Crews will monitor hotspots overnight while investigators work to determine a cause.
This is the fifth structure fire in Prince George’s County since noon Friday.
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