Three Smoke Detectors In Noyac Home Were Inoperable, Outdoor Kitchen Wiring Was A 'Fire Hazard,' Investigators Say - 27 East

Three Smoke Detectors In Noyac Home Were Inoperable, Outdoor Kitchen Wiring Was A ‘Fire Hazard,’ Investigators Say

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The fire that killed two Maryland sisters started near an outdoor kitchen that charges against the homeowners this week revealed was built without building permits, had not been inspected and had an improperly installed electrical outlet that investigators said posed a fire hazard.

The fire that killed two Maryland sisters started near an outdoor kitchen that charges against the homeowners this week revealed was built without building permits, had not been inspected and had an improperly installed electrical outlet that investigators said posed a fire hazard.

authorStaff Writer on Aug 26, 2022
At least three smoke detectors in the Noyac home where two sisters died in an early morning fire on August 3 had no power to them — including in one... more

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