Two activated smoke detectors were present in an East Baltimore rowhouse where four people died in a fire Wednesday night, a city Fire Department spokesman said.
Investigators found two smoke alarms in the house, located in the 1600 block of E. Oliver St., said the spokesman, Capt. Roman Clark.
Fire officials had initially reported that they found no evidence of smoke detectors in the house. However, a man who survived the blaze told relatives that he heard an alarm that prompted him to escape.