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UPDATE: Priest dies in church fire

UPDATE: Priest dies in church fire

Prayers go out to the family and friends and community of the Rev. David Dingwall and others killed or injured in this terrible incident.

Delaware Online

A second person has died following a fire at St. Paul’s By-The-Sea Episcopal Church this morning in Ocean City.

The Rev. David Dingwall died as a result of his injures Tuesday afternoon, according to the Rev. Canon Heather Cook of the Episcopal Diocese in Easton.

The Episcopal Diocese said the fire began after a person on fire ran into the church. Authorities would not confirm that.

h/t to Nathaniel Pierce

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tgflux

How horrible. May the Rev Dingwall (and the other deceased person) rest in peace, and rise in glory.

JC Fisher

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