Fire Officials Call Blaze At Lancaster Camp Ground 'Suspicious'

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Lancaster fire officials were trying to determine the exact cause of a fire that left four cottages damaged late Thursday evening.

According to fire officials on Friday, the fire, located at the historic Lancaster Camp Ground, was being considered suspicious.

Two cottages were destroyed in the fire and two others were damaged.

No one was inside of the cottages when the fire sparked off of Fair Avenue, but two families did live in two of the cottages.

One firefighter suffered minor injuries while fighting the fire.

According to its website, the Lancaster Camp Ground was founded in 1878 and contains multiple historic buildings including a hotel.

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