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Six people are unaccounted for after a fire destroyed a mansion in Annapolis, Maryland, early Monday morning, January 19, 2015, according to CNN affiliate WBAL.
The house belongs to technology executive Don Pyle, the chief operating officer for ScienceLogic, said company spokesman Antonio Piraino.
Pyle had not been heard from on Monday and his colleagues at ScienceLogic were "hoping for a miracle, " CNN affiliate WJLA reported. Pyle was believed to have been at home with his wife and four grandchildren.
Fire officials said they were alerted about 3:30 a.m. Monday to the fire in the 16,000-square-foot house, WBAL said. About 80 firefighters responded.
Six people are unaccounted for after a fire destroyed a mansion in Annapolis, Maryland, early Monday morning, January 19, 2015, according to CNN affiliate WBAL.
The house belongs to technology executive Don Pyle, the chief operating officer for ScienceLogic, said company spokesman Antonio Piraino.
Pyle had not been heard from on Monday and his colleagues at ScienceLogic were "hoping for a miracle, " CNN affiliate WJLA reported. Pyle was believed to have been at home with his wife and four grandchildren.
Fire officials said they were alerted about 3:30 a.m. Monday to the fire in the 16,000-square-foot house, WBAL said. About 80 firefighters responded.

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Six missing after fire destroys Maryland mansion

Investigators are searching for six missing people after a fire destroyed a 16,000-square-foot mansion in Annapolis, Maryland.