Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) responded to a fire on Saturday, November 4, on Littleton St (Stoneybrook Estates) in Wheaton-Glenmont. According to Chief Spokesperson for MCFRS Pete Piringer, a brush/grass fire that was likely caused by improperly discarded/displaced fire pit ashes, spread to a nearby shed. The fire has been extinguished and damage is estimated to be ~$5,000.
There were no injuries reported but “a woodchuck (or two) may be displaced.” We will provide an update if additional information becomes available.
Update – Littleton St, off Havard St, Stoneybrook Estates, brush/vegetation/grass fire spread to nearby shed, fire(s) extinguished, likely started by improperly discarded/displaced fire pit ashes, no injuries, ~$5K damage to shed, a woodchuck (or 2) may be displaced pic.twitter.com/QL4MhKUHL2
— Pete Piringer (@mcfrsPIO) November 4, 2023
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