GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WBTW) — Crews are responding to a 2-alarm fire near Georgetown Thursday night.
According to Midway Fire Rescue, the fire is in the area of North Frasier and Jessamine Ave. People are asked to avoid the area.
Heavy fire was visible and a second alarm was requested earlier in the night, according to Midway Fire Rescue.
According to Georgetown County Fire Chief Mack Reed, the building was a wholesale discount store that sells a number of different things. The building was destroyed. Chief Reed said everyone is okay.
News13 has a crew heading to the scene. Count on us for updates.
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