Two marshals hurt serving warrant in D.C.
The U.S. Marshals Service says two of its deputies were hurt when a suspect set himself on fire as they tried to serve a warrant at a Washington rowhouse.
Deputy Marshal Cole Barnhart said Monday that the officers — a man and a woman — were taken along with the suspect to a hospital.
The agency hasn’t identified the injured deputies or the suspect.
Three injured in NW D.C. fire
Three people are being treated for serious burns and smoke inhalation following a fire Monday morning in a Northwest D.C. row home, fire officials report.
Firefighters were called to the home about 8:15 a.m. Once there they found smoke and fire coming from the basement of the home.
NBC 4 reports that at least two U.S. Marshals were injured when they tried to serve a search warrant to a man in the house and he set himself on fire.
Two injured in NW D.C. fire
Two people are being treated for serious burns following an early Monday morning fire in a Northwest D.C. row house, fire officials report.
The fire began in the basement of a four-story home in the 1200 block of N Street NW around 8 a.m.
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