10 Units Damaged in Fire at Mini-U-Storage in Landover Hills, Md.


Firefighters responded to a second-alarm fire at Mini-U-Storage in Landover Hills, Md., Monday. Sixty firefighters put out the fire in about an hour. Ten self-storage units had serious damage. The units contained furniture, boxes of paper, automotive equipment and other items.

Two firefighters received lacerations to their hands while battling the blaze. One was taken to a hospital; the other to a trauma center that specializes in hand injuries. Both were reportedly in good condition. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Source:  FireFighting News,  Landover Hills Mini-U-Storage Fire

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