HCFR responds to a second alarm multi-unit fire


MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – According to Horry County Fire Rescue, firefighters responded to a second alarm at 110 Gully Branch Lane.

Multiple units at the building were severely damaged by the fire. One person was injured, suffering a sprained ankle, but was not taken to the hospital. The American Red Cross of South Carolina is assisting those who are displaced by the fire.

The investigation into the fire is still ongoing.

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