At Old Camp Airy Road in Frederick County, a summer camp for children experienced a blazing fire. Let’s see a Massive fire erupts at Camp Airy in Frederick County.
Fire erupts at Camp Airy in Frederick County
On Wednesday morning, firefighters are putting out a fire at a summer camp for youngsters in Frederick County, Maryland.
According to Frederick County Fire & Rescue in Maryland, there are at least 100 people present. They claimed that the dining hall was the origin of the two-alarm fire and that the first dispatch was made at 7:34 a.m.
They claimed that the dining hall was where the two-alarm fire began.
According to officials, there are about 100 firemen battling the flames at the scene. Fortunately, according to fire officials, the structure was vacant, and no injuries have yet been noted.
What message does camp staff give to parents?
The campsite is for males, according to the Camp Airy website. Parents were given the following message by camp staff:
This morning at around 7:30 AM, Camp Airy’s Dining Hall (also known as the White House) was reported to be on fire. We wanted to let everyone know that all of the campers, counsellors, and staff are safe and present, even if it’s too soon to determine the extent of the damage.
During the incident, nobody was hurt. We want to thank the first responders who stayed on the scene to help with clean-up and commend our counsellors and senior staff for keeping our campers safe and in control during this incident.
As you might expect, the White House serves as both our dining hall and the centre of camp life. We want to reassure you that campers will be fed on schedule with the standard of meals you expect even though we are in the process of moving many of these activities.
It’s crucial to note that nobody was injured, and the camp will continue with its full schedule of activities.
When the Camp Airy started?
Camps Airy & Louise’s first camp session began this past Sunday, according to authorities. The staff stated that despite some interruptions due to the fire damage, “camp will carry forward with the entire slate of activities.”