Bethesda House Fire Requires MCFRS Rescue


A house fire this morning in a neighborhood just off Seven Locks Road required MCFRS personnel to rescue and treat one person, according to Fire spokesman and Assistant Chief Scott Graham. MCFRS was on the scene of the fully-involved garage fire in the 7700 block of Glenmore Spring Way around 5:45 a.m. MCFRS - on scene house fire * 7700 blkGlenmore Spring garage fully involved. Possibly 1 rescue. More when avail. Thx, Scott — Scott Graham (@MCFirePIO) January 31, 2013 The person in need of rescue was removed by 6:04 a.m. MCFRS Update- Glenmore Spring Way 1 person removed being treated. Condition when avail. Fire knocked. More as avail.Thx, Scott — Scott Graham (@MCFirePIO) January 31, 2013 //

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