No one hurt in Evans house fire

Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011 3:51 PM
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No one was injured Wednesday in an Evans house fire that started in an upstairs room above the garage.

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No one was injured in an Evans house fire that started in an upstairs room above the garage.     JIM BLAYLOCK/STAFF
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No one was injured in an Evans house fire that started in an upstairs room above the garage.

Firefighters responded to the blaze in the 600 block of Kimberley Place at about 2:15 p.m. after the fire was reported by a neighbor, said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue spokesman Jeremy Wallen.

No one was inside the two-story brick home in the Wellington subdivision when the fire started, Wallen said.

The homeowner’s identity was not immediately known.

Fire damage to the two-story brick home was contained to the upstairs bonus room, but smoke spread throughout the home, Wallen said.

The cause is currently undetermined, but considered accidental, he said.

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augusta citizen
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augusta citizen 12/28/11 - 04:56 pm
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Glad no one was hurt!

Glad no one was hurt!

Cynical old woman
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Cynical old woman 12/28/11 - 09:15 pm
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Lol @ bantana.

Lol @ bantana.

justputtin
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justputtin 12/28/11 - 10:29 pm
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He's also a self appointed

He's also a self appointed golf instructor. Makes as much sense as calling a golf professional to put out a fire, or paying a plumber to give you tennis lessons.

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travisp73 12/28/11 - 11:55 pm
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harharharhar

harharharhar

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