Haleyville Fire 2014.
The Haleyville, Delmar, Bear Creek, and Pebble Fire Departments responded to a structure fire on 17th Avenue in Haleyville at 2:13 a.m. Friday morning March 28th. The house received heavy fire damage and three vehicles were also destroyed in this fire. The Haleyville Police Department and Winston County Sheriffs Department responded for traffic control. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
A fire alarm at the P.R. Hughes Trading Company warehouse at 1:12 a.m. Tuesday morning May 6th, 2014 resulted in nine area fire departments responding to the fire on County Road 51, near the Haleyville airport. Reportedly, the warehouse was full of artificial flowers, cardboard boxes and styrofoam. The fire quickly engulfed the building putting most of the 32,250 square foot structure on the ground. In addition to the Haleyville Fire Department, assistance was provided by Pebble, Bear Creek, Delmar, Lynn, Ashridge, East Franklin, Blue Springs and Phil Campbell Fire Departments.
Another local business was destroyed by fire in the late night hours of Sunday August 24th, 2014. Paradise Canyon Cabins located near Bear Creek on Marion County Highway 62 was reported fully involved at approximately 10:30 p.m. Firefighters from the Haleyville, Bear Creek, Delmar, Pebble, Ashridge, Phil Campbell, and Hackleburg Fire Departments responded to the scene, but the fire completely destroyed the business. The fire is under investigation by the Alabama State Fire Marshal's Office.
There was a residential fire at 120 County Road 3508 Thursday August 28th, 2014 at approximately 4:30 a.m. The Delmar, Haleyville, and Lynn Fire Departments responded to the scene, but the residence was already seriously damaged. No one was home at the time and the cause of the fire is under investigation by the Alabama State Fire Marshal's Office.
A string of late night fires kept Haleyville firemen out until the early morning hours Friday August 29th, 2014. The first call began at 10:15 p.m. Thursday night and was a fully involved house fire in the vacant home next door to Banks BBQ. In order to battle the blaze, State Highway 195 was shut down for several hours. Both Haleyville and Pebble firefighters responded to the scene to extinguish the fire and protect Banks BBQ, but the house was heavily damaged. The cause of this fire is unknown at this time. The second call came only minutes after the first when an overloaded outlet began sparking in a home in Meadowlark Circle. Haleyville firemen were able to secure that scene with no significant damage to the home. And finally, the Haleyville Fire Department responded to a dumpster fire at KITH Kitchens in the North Industrial Park. Haleyville firemen quickly extinguished that fire with no damage to the plant. The firemen were able to complete all calls around 2 a.m. Friday morning.
Another Haleyville business was destroyed by fire in the early morning hours of Wednesday November 5th, 2014. Shotguns Bar and Grill, in the former Capt. Dave’s location, was a total loss. The original call came around 3:00 a.m. Wednesday, and the structure was fully involved when officials arrived on the scene. Firefighters from every Winston County Fire Department as well as the Bear Creek Fire Department were requested to assist with this fire and remained on the scene throughout the morning. The Haleyville Police Department also provided traffic control and scene security. The fire is under investigation by the Alabama State Fire Marshal’s Office.
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