A fire early Saturday caused $20,000 to $30,000 in damages to a modular home in Laurel.
The blaze started about 4 a.m. inside the house at 605 Locust Ave., said Jason Shovar, fire marshal for the city of Laurel.
A family of three, all inside the home, made it out safely, Shovar said. There were no working smoke detectors inside the structure.
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About 25 firefighters in two engines and a support truck responded to the fire. It took nearly four hours to extinguish the blaze.
The cause of the fire was a malfunction in the pipe of a wood-burning stove, Shovar said. The pipe came apart and started a fire in the ceiling fixtures, which spread throughout the living room and dining room area.
The family, who rent the house, have insurance, he said.