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New Year's Eve trailer home fire displaces 8 in Woodbridge

The fire broke out in one home and quickly spread to nearby trailers.

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Eight people are displaced on New Year's Eve after a fire broke out in a trailer home in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Prince William County Fire department responded to the 3000 block of Elm Farm Road around 7:23 a.m. Tuesday for the report of a fire in a trailer home.

When crews arrived on scene they found one trailer home with fire showing. Fire officials said the fire quickly spread to nearby trailers.

Officials said a second alarm was raised in case the fire spread further, but quickly got the fire under control.

A total of three homes were damaged. Officials said there are no injuries and everyone is accounted for.

Prince William County fire officials said the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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On Christmas day, four adults and two children were without a home after a 2-alarm fire spread through a home in Frederick County, Maryland.

Firefighters responded to the 6200 block of Woodville Road in Mount Airy around 10:53 a.m to find flames coming from a single family home. It took about 50 firefighters an hour to put out the house fire.

One firefighter was injured and taken to a nearby hospital.

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