3-alarm fire damages Woodbine warehouse

January 19, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A three-alarm fire at a warehouse in Woodbine extensively damaged the building's office last night and caused heavy smoke and water damage to the remainder of the single-story cinder block building, said a Carroll County Fire Board spokesman.

Damage was set at $100,000, said Bill Dailey Jr., owner of the 30-year-old A-aarid Enterprise Corp. warehouse in the 7700 block of Woodbine Road near the border with Howard County.

On the way to the blaze, the six-member crew of a Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Company fire engine suffered minor injuries when the vehicle ran off the road at Flag Marsh and Watersville roads, said the fire board spokesman.

All were treated at Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster.

The spokesman said a passer-by reported the fire at 8: 10 p.m.

Pub Date: 1/19/99

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