Mobile home ablaze in Aiken, SC

URGENT – South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-24-17 – 7:25 a.m.

Christimas Eve Day: Firefighters battle mobile home blaze in Aiken, SC

Whispering Pines Mobile Home fire graphic 12-24-17

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-Owner, News Director

(Aiken, SC) – Aiken firefighters are battling a predawn mobile home fire on Christmas Eve day.
The blaze was reported just before 7 a.m. off of Shiloh Heights Road.

The address is believed to be 1101 Pineland Terrace. Its is said to be at a mobile home between Hazel Drive and Whispering Pines Terrance.

Firefighters have laid lines across streets in the area and traffic will not be allowed on those streets for sometime.
The cause is under investigation.
No other details are available at this point.

Listen to emotional audio as firefighter report’s neighbor’s home engulfed: Barnwell, SC fireman reports his neighbor’s home was burning this morning – only 5 days after an Allendale, SC fireman reported his mom’s home was ablaze

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-7-17 3:30 p.m.

When it affects our heroes

Second CSRA firefighter, in only five days, sadly learns what its like when a fire hits too close to home

Barnwell, SC fire at fireman's neighbor.jpg

Fully engulfed mobile home fire next to firefighter’s home: “It’s gonna be next door to me”

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director

(Barnwell, SC) – Two CSRA firefighters know what its like for a structure fire two shock their personal lives.
“10-70 structure – It’s gonna be next door to me,” said the understandably emotional Barnwell, SC fireman early today. 10-70 means a fire reported.

Early this morning , Thurs. Dec. 7, 2017, a Barnwell, SC fireman radioed his dispatcher that a neighbor’s mobile home was ablaze.

Most firefighter’s know that even a swift response seems like hours when you are watching a home burn.
Another fire official arriving on the scene told his buddies it was serious.

“I have a fully involved single-wide mobile home,” the another firefighter said as he pulled up to the scene in a fire truck. “All units step it up.”

The blaze was about 100 yards – or literally a field away – from his home at 2727 Red. Oak Road in Barnwell, SC.

Only five days earlier a fireman in Allendale, SC reported his mother’s home was engulfed. Scroll down to read that story.

However, the fire was already too big to save the home.
The mobile home at 2705 Red Oak Road in Barnwell was destroyed.
Among those assisting on the scene was the Barnwell County Sheriff’s Department.

No injuries were reported. The cause has not been released.

Its also appears there were two farm combine fires reported this past week in Barnwell County.


Previous story two days ago:

Exclusive listen to the emotional firefighter – whose mother is luckily just fine despite her home completely burning

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director

(Allendale, SC) – A terrible shock to a member of the Allendale Rescue Squad when he realized the fully-engulfed home firefighters were responding to – is his mothers.

Fire at 127 Gibson Street in Allendale, SC

The home at 127 Gibson Street in Allendale, SC was one of four residences that were destroyed in less than 20 hours in Aiken and Allendale counties.

The blaze was reported about 5:20 a.m. ET on Sat., Dec. 2, 2017 in the city of Allendale, SC.

“Its gonna be my mother’s residence,” said one rescue official on the scene as he witnessed flames wrapped around the brick frame home and fire shooting out the windows.