Early Morning Fire Leaves 2 Injured & 1 Dead in Salisbury


The Maryland State Fire Marshal continues to investigate a fire that left one person dead and two people injured early Friday morning.  Salisbury Firefighters were called to the Louise Avenue home just before 4:30am by a neighbor who was alerted by someone in the home on fire.  Officials says smoke alarms were present, but do not know if they activated.  Two people got out safely and were treated for smoke inhalation at PRMC.  An adult man was found in the home deceased – his body has been taken to the Medical Examiner for autopsy.  The fire began in a first floor bedroom – the cause remains under investigation.  Damage is estimated at $65,000