Bill Carey at BackstepFirefighter.com found this video and has some commentary on it at his site. It’s from a fire May 1 at 12,010 Valleywood Drive in the Glenmont area of Montgomery County, Maryland.
No one was injured, Assistant Chief Scott Graham said. Firefighters were dispatched to the scene at approximately 3:30 p.m.
“The homeowner was working on a piece of engine equipment in the basement when it fell over and landed on a can of brake cleaner,” Graham said in a statement. A water heater pilot light ignited the brake cleaner’s fumes, and the fire extended up the walls and into the first and second floors.
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