People evacuated from Maryland blast site visit, but can’t salvage items from rubble: report

People whose homes were destroyed in a Maryland condominium explosion and fire last month returned to their homes on Monday, dejected.

They were allowed to return to the site of their former Gaithersburg home and see what was left, but were not allowed to take any of their possessions. FOX 5 DC.

Condominium association attorneys and underwriters accompanied the residents as they were observed around the property.

Emergency funds are available for displaced owners and tenants, but funds are limited. According to the report, most of the victims have difficulty finding affordable housing.

12 injured, many displaced after fire, explosion at apartment complex in Maryland.

Ferdinand Camarote said he was in his home when the explosion occurred and was knocked down by the blast. She told FOX 5 she ran out of her house with no shoes on and only her purse. He still lives in the hotel, he said.

A suspect in a gas station shooting has been charged with three counts of murder after a pregnant woman’s body was found in an apartment.

On November 16, 2022, an apartment fire and explosion in Maryland.
(Pete Piringer, chief spokesperson for Montgomery County (MD) Fire and Rescue via Twitter)

On the morning of November 16, more than twenty families were left homeless when the explosion was carried out by a suicide bomber named Juan Pablo Marshall Quizon.

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