Lusby home burned to the ground after early morning fire

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Updated on 1/14/19 12:20 p.m.

The cause of a house fire that destroyed a Lusby home over the weekend remains under investigation. 

According to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, a neighbor called 9-1-1 around 3:30 a.m. to report a house fire on the 12000 block of Cheyenne Lane, Lusby. Units arrived to discover a single-story family home in a fully involved fire. In 15 minute, firefighters had the fire under control but the structure could not be saved. Nobody was injured as result from the incident.

Fire authorities estimate that approximately $150,000 worth of damage was caused by the fire. Anyone with information should call the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal, Southern Regional Office at 443-550-6834.

LUSBY, Md. - Authorities are investigating a fire that completely destroyed a Lusby home during the early hours of Saturday, January 12. 

Around 4:00 a.m., crews from various Calvert and St. Mary's volunteer fire departments responded to the 12000 block of Cheyenne Lane, Lusby for a reported house fire.

Upon arrival First Responders found a one-story home in a completely involved fire. Crews extinguished the fire but the structure was burned to the ground. 

Officials from the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department say that nobody was hurt during the fire and the incident is being investigated by the Office of the State Fire Marshal. 

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