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Multiple homes damaged in Delaware fire

SLAUGHTER BEACH, Del. (AP) - Multiple homes have been severely damaged by fire in Delaware. News outlets report a Monday night fire in Slaughter Beach left at least two houses destroyed, and caused damage to multiple others. An assistant state fire marshal ...

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