Combine fire probe in Barnwell County, SC – Farm Combine fires happen more than you might think

Combine fire probed in Barnwell County, SC

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Barnwell County, SC) – Authorities are on the scene of a reported combine fire in Barnwell County, SC.
The fire was reported just after 11 a.m. ET Mon., Dec. 4, 2017in the area of Gardenia Road just off SC Highway 3 in Barnwell County, SC.
The fist official on the scene said nobody was around the burned or burning combine. The extent of damage is not clear.
His supervisor was en-route to the scene.
No injuries were reported.
No other information is available and its unknown if Barnwell County officials will release anything to the press.
You’d think combine fires do no happen much – but apparently it is a growing issue – and can costs farmers big time. Look at what happened when we googled it:

http://nasdonline.org/1494/d001294/combine-and-tractor-fires-a-burning-problem.html
http://www.farmfutures.com/blogs-surviving-combine-fire-10250http://www.farmfutures.com/blogs-surviving-combine-fire-10250

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EXCLUSIVE HEART-WRENCHING AUDIO LISTEN South Carolina: Allendale, SC firefighter gets called to mom’s engulfed home – Four homes destroyed in less than 24 hours in Aiken and Allendale counties and the latest was the home of a firefighter’s mother

URGENT – SE Social Justice News Bulletin – 12-2-17 2:27 a.m. ET – Four homes destroyed in less than 24 hours in Aiken and Allendale counties and the latest was the home of a firefighter’s mother

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
906-273-2433

(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.

127 Gibson Street in Allendale, SC

The home 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.

6712 Lake Vincent Road Aiken, SC structure fire 12-1-17

Meanwhile about 2:25 a.m. today (Sat., Dec. 2, 2017), a neighbor called Aiken 911 to report a home had already burned to the ground- as both are located in a relatively remote area.
Numerous firefighters rushed to the scene of a home that – in fact – was completely destroyed before anyone knew it was burning.
The blaze is located in a very remote location at 6712 Lake Vincent Road in Aiken, SC
A neighbor – some distance away – noticed a glow and trees on fire – and she called Aiken 911.
Its is not clear if anyone was home at the time. If we get an update, it will be passed along.

On Friday (12-1-17), two big fires including a double-wide mobile home were reported north of Aiken, SC.

About 12:24 p.m. ET Friday a full-involved structure fire north of Aiken in a few hours

Monetta, SC firefighters and lots of mutual aid responded to the blazing double-wide mobile home – set off the highway a bit on the 3000 block of Columbia Highway North (aka U.S.-1).
Everyone evacuated.

About 11 a.m. Friday, a structure fire was battled at or near 3037 Columbia Highway North in Aiken County
Numerous agencies responding to a structure fire along Columbia Highway North near Monetta, SC
Monetta Volunteer Fire Department, Aiken County Sheriff’s Department, Monetta Rescue Squad

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