Fire destroys Harlem mobile home

Jenna Martin/Staff
By the time firefighters arrived to the double-wide trailer at 1061 Nathan Jones Road at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, it already had been destroyed by the blaze, said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dino Cesarini.
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A fire destroyed a mobile home Thursday afternoon in Harlem.

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By the time firefighters arrived to the double-wide trailer at 1061 Nathan Jones Road at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, it already had been destroyed by the blaze, said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dino Cesarini.  Jenna Martin/Staff
Jenna Martin/Staff
By the time firefighters arrived to the double-wide trailer at 1061 Nathan Jones Road at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, it already had been destroyed by the blaze, said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dino Cesarini.
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By the time firefighters arrived at the double-wide trailer at 1061 Nathan Jones Road about 4:30 p.m., it already had been consumed , said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dino Cesarini.

The family of five living at the home owned by Evette Richardson was not hurt.

Cesarini said the cause of the blaze has not been determined.

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JAndy
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JAndy 06/16/11 - 07:46 pm
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Bless the Richardson family.

Bless the Richardson family. I know the Red Cross family is always ready to help. But the Richardson family is depending on each other. Glad to know that they have a strong family.

ML08
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ML08 06/16/11 - 10:09 pm
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The family didn't decline Red

The family didn't decline Red Cross assistance. Volunteers were on the scene to meet with the family.

bclicious
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bclicious 06/17/11 - 02:24 am
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"It already had been consumed

"It already had been consumed , said Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dino Cesarini."

WHO CARES what the Martinez-Columbia Fire Rescue Chief said? I would be more interested in hearing what the Harlem Fire Chief had to say. Especially, since the house was located in Harlem, and not in the county.

Just My Opinion
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Just My Opinion 06/17/11 - 04:54 am
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bclicious?? Are you serious?

bclicious?? Are you serious? What part of "already had been consumed" do you need more clarification on? And why does it matter which official says it? Maybe the Harlem Fire Chief wasn't available. Maybe he was busy helping the family with something. The point of this story is the fire and the family who were involved...not the spokesman. Thank goodness nobody was hurt.

HHSgrad
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HHSgrad 06/17/11 - 08:36 am
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Harlem's fire stations are

Harlem's fire stations are manned by Martinez-Columbia Fire Dept. That's why the Martinez Fire Chief responded. I am praying for this family.

bclicious
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bclicious 06/17/11 - 09:17 am
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Really hhsqrad? This

Really hhsqrad? This afternoon, I will be sure and stop by both Harlem Fire Stations located by the Police Station. I will be eager to see how many Martinez-Columbia County Fire Fighters are manning those stations. I will bet you any amount of money that I will not find any.

Jason Rizner
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Jason Rizner 06/17/11 - 02:28 pm
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Nathan Jones Road is actually

Nathan Jones Road is actually located in unincorporated Columbia County, outside the Harlem City Limits.

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