Fatal House Fire in Elkton

Early morning on December 5th, emergency response officials responded to a call about a fire in a residential outbuilding. The 911 call was received at approximately 3:16 AM from a neighbor of Michael and Dave Stamper, the owners of the property.

Singerly Fire Company responded to the scene of the two-alarm fire at 929 Blake Road in Elkton, Maryland. 30 personnel from the Company, as well as two other fire departments, worked to put out the fire, which took approximately 45 minutes to extinguish. Deputy State Fire Marshals are currently conducting an origin and cause investigation of the house fire and have found no evidence of working smoke detectors in the property.

53 year old Michael Stamper was found deceased inside of the building. His body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore, who has conducted an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

The fire loss attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab and Lipowitz offer their sincerest condolences to those affected by the Elkton house fire. Losing a loved one to a house or property fire is a tragic experience that no one should have to face alone. The dedicated fire loss attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab and Lipowitz have experience representing victims of fire loss and helping to rebuild their lives using comprehensive strategies and practices. If you or a loved one has been affected by a property fire and seek the compensation you deserve, contact the Maryland fire victims’ advocates at Azrael, Franz, Schwab and Lipowitz today.

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