Fire ignites Washington D.C. in-home dental office due to electrical malfunction: 4 takeaways

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Early Friday morning, a fire broke out an an in-home dental office in Washington, D.C., according to USA 9.

Here are four takeaways:

1. The fire occurred in the home's basement.

2. There were 60 firefighters on scene with officials requesting additional crew to fight the remainder of the fire. USA 9 reports fire officials extinguished most of the fire, but were working to stop flare-ups.

3. There were no reported injuries and the occupants safely evacuated the home.

4. Officials ruled an accidental electrical malfunction as the fire's source.

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