PHOTOS: Fire destroyed a home Saturday night in Nichols, according to firefighters.
It happened about 5 p.m. on Golf View Drive, and crews remained on the scene until about 10:15 p.m., the Nichols Fire Department said in a Facebook post. Photos posted by the department showed major damage to the home.
No additional information was immediately available.
Several other departments and agencies were called to assist, including the Marion Rural Fire Department, Marion Fire and Rescue, Dillon County Fire Station 3; Marion County EMS and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.
WBTW-TV CBS 13 Florence
A family of four is without a home after a Sunday structure fire in the West Ashley area.
The Charleston Fire Department responded to Taborwood Circle around 12:30 p.m.
Once crews arrived, they saw smoke coming out of all sides of a one-story home. Firefighters then entered the home and got control of the fire, which displaced four adults and two dogs. Firefighters say there were two pet birds that did not survive the fire.
Investigators from the Fire Marshal Division responded to investigate the cause of the fire.
“The resident was cooking chicken in a countertop style oven and left the kitchen area,” the fire department stated in a Facebook post. “Approximately 30 minutes later, the occupants smelled smoke and discovered fire in the area of the oven.”
That discovery prompted the family to call 911 and evacuate the home.
WCSC-TV CBS 5 Charleston
PHOTO: Firefighters battled a fire that consumed a pile of tires and two vehicles in Conway Tuesday morning.
Horry County Fire Rescue was dispatched to an outside fire just before 5:30 a.m. on Sunset Drive in Conway.
Two vehicles and a pile of tires caught fire, with exposure to the exterior of a nearby structure.
There are no reported injuries. This fire will be under investigation.
The City of Conway Fire Department also responded to this call.
WMBF-TV NBC 32 Myrtle Beach
Fairfield County firefighters say no one is hurt after a house fire in Winnsboro this morning.
It happened after 2 a.m. on Willow Street, where firefighters say the fire was showing from the back side of the home.
According to investigators, it took about an hour to bring the fire under control and several hours to complete the overhaul.
Authorities say no one was at home at the time of the fire as it appeared to be under renovation.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
WOLO-TV ABC 25 Columbia