BALTIMORE - Everyone made it out safely, but a home that had been cherished by a family for more than 50 years was lost.
As relatives of the family battled emotions over the loss, firefighters continued to battle the 2-alarm fire at 7 a.m. that began at about 3:30.
Flames quickly ran through the 3-story row home in the 1200 block of Battery Avenue. They then spread to two adjacent homes.
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