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Video from Patrick Klinedinst of a house fire early Thursday morning in the 2000 block of Dineen Drive in Dundalk, Maryland (Baltimore County). Three people were hurt in the fire.
According to fire investigators, the house somehow caught fire and quickly spread from the ground floor to the attic in a matter of minutes. The occupants of the house apparently woke up to the fire and had to jump out of a second-story window to escape, leading investigators to believe something was wrong with the smoke detectors in the home.
"They didn't say they awoke to smoke detectors, rather awoke to fire with a rapid fire spread. Either they weren't working, or the smoke detectors were compromised early in the fire," Baltimore County Fire Department Lt. Ray Ringgold said.
Family members who did not want to go on camera identified the occupants as Judy and Donald Schroyer, and their niece. Also, two dogs, which were inside the home, apparently did not survive.