House fire reported on Cinder Creek Rd in Spartanburg Co.

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UPDATE (8/15/19) – Converse Fire Department officials said the fire was caused by a possible lightning strike, considering lightning storm took out power.

The homeowner’s insurance company will continue to investigate the cause of the fire and will not know the official cause until next week.

About 30% of the home was damaged by fire, but the whole house had heat and smoke damage, according to Converse Fire Department officials.


SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC (WSPA) – Spartanburg County dispatchers said several departments have responded to a structure fire in the 100 block of Cinder Creek Road.

According to dispatch, the fire was reported just before 9:15 a.m.

No injuries were reported.

Residential structure fire in Cinder Creek Subdivision on 8.14. Thank you to Drayton, Cowpens, Spartanburg, Glendale, Whitney, Hilltop, Croft, and Pacolet Fire Departments for your assistance.

Posted by Converse Area Fire Department on Thursday, August 15, 2019

Converse Fire Department, as well as Glendale, Drayton, Cowpens and Spartanburg, fire crews were also responding. Our 7 News crew at the scene said Hilltop, Whitney and Croft fire departments were also on-scene, along with EMS.

We’re working to gather more information at this time.

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