Man Burns Down 13.57 Crore Home While Trying To find the snake in Home | Trendsfirst



To protect themselves, people will go to great lengths. Occasionally, their efforts backfire and cause greater harm. A man in the US state of Maryland experienced something similar. The individual attempted to smoke out a snake infestation in his home but instead burned down the entire 10,000-square-foot property.


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According to officials, an owner trying to get rid of a snake infestation accidentally burned down a Maryland home. According to Montgomery County Fire Department authorities, the homeowner in Poolesville, a community about 25 miles (about 40 kilometers) outside of Washington, D.C., was attempting to expel the snakes from the residence using smoke. The homeowner set fire to the residence during the process, causing $1 million in damage.

According to CNN, snakes have been a reoccurring concern for this owner and the prior tenant. As a result, the man decided to use coals as a heat source to generate enough smoke to drive the snakes away. However, he positioned the coals too close to combustible things, causing the house to catch fire.

Pete Piringer, the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service's chief spokesperson, posted many photos of the burned residence on social media. The photographs depicted the fire as it threatened to burn the property, as well as what remained after the fire was extinguished. Fortunately, no human injuries have been reported. The status of snakes, on the other hand, remained unknown.

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