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Raging Christmas night fire destroys 2 Slaughter Beach, Delaware homes


A raging fire destroyed two homes in Sussex County, Delaware on Christmas night. It started around 7:30 p.m. Monday in Slaughter Beach along Bay Avenue near Beach Road. Viewer Video: Slaughter Beach fire on December 25, 2017. The fire quickly spread to ...


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sharesharetweetemail EMBED </>More Videos <iframe width="476" height="267" src="http://6abc.com/video/embed/?pid=2827055" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>Fire causes more than $500K in damageWalter Perez reports during Action News at 4 p.mon December 26, 2017(WPVI) WPVITuesday, December 26, 2017 04:31PMSLAUGHTER BEACH, Del(WPVI) -- A raging fire destroyed two homes and caused more than half a million dollars in damages in Sussex County, Delaware on Christmas night.It started shortly after 7 p.mMonday in Slaughter Beach along the 300 block of Bay Avenue near Beach Road EMBED More News VideosViewer Video: Slaughter Beach fire on December 25, 2017The 4-alarm fire quickly spread to several homes Firefighters were eventually able to get the upper hand on the fire, but two houses were destroyedThree other homes were damaged by exposure The Office of the State Fire Marshal says the damage is expected to exceed $500,000.State fire investigators are on the scene searching for the fire's origin and cause ------ Send a breaking news alert to Action NewsReport a correction or typoWant to comment?Learn more about the 6abc apps Related Topics:delaware newsfireSlaughter Beach Email sharesharetweetemail (Copyri

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