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Fire Causes Minor Damage At Anderson County Business

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A fire at a Anderson County business caused minimal damage. A fire at a Anderson County business caused minimal damage.
POWDERSVILLE, SC -

A fire at a Anderson County business caused minimal damage after firefighters managed to get it out quickly.

Anderson County Fire Chief Billy Gibson said that firefighters from the Powdersville Fire Department responded to Absorbtech on River Road in Powdersville after receiving a fire alarm call. When firefighters responded, they found a fire inside the building.

Firefighters from the Wren Fire Department responded and managed to quickly get the fire under control. The fire had caused smoke to fill the building, but it was contained to a container of smoldering debris.

Members of the Pelzer Emergency Rescue Squad also responded, but no injuries were reported.  

David Rogers also contributed to this story

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