Fire officials said five people, including two children, were taken to a local hospital after news of a fire with three alarms and a possible explosion in northwest Baltimore.
The call came shortly after 10 pm. From a reported fire near Virginia Ave.
At least five homes were involved.
Officials said the victims were in critical condition, but were expected to be well.
Consilman Yitzi Schleifer indicated that the fatal explosion in August was in his area.
He said the focus now is on victims being hospitalized but there will be others affected as well.
“There will also be a lot of people who have been displaced. Make sure they can be accommodated in temporary accommodation, be it hotels or temporary housing, just make sure all their needs are met in the meantime,” said council member Yess Schleifer.
Baltimore City Councilor Sharon Green Middleton told fox45 that someone slept with a lit cigarette and lit the explosion and fire in a group of cascading homes.
Baltimore Gas and Electric at the scene.
So far, the third alarm fire and possible explosion are still unconfirmed and the cause is still under investigation.
Officials are currently working to find out how many people have been displaced.