Cayce Department of Public Safety extinguishes fire on Charleston Highway, Red Cross assisting

The Cayce Department of Public Safety responded to the scene of a residential structure fire in the 1800 block of Charleston Highway, Wednesday afternoon.

There were no injuries reported by the Cayce Department of Public Safety. The fire was bought under control. Cayce DPS photo. 

American Red Cross disaster-trained volunteers are assisting the family.  The Red Cross is helping two adults by providing financial assistance for food, clothing, lodging and other essentials, and comfort kits containing personal hygiene items.

Spring brings with it budding trees, blooming flowers, and refreshing showers.  However, these spring showers can quickly turn into dangerous thunderstorms. Thunderstorms and lightning happen more often in the afternoon and evening, but can strike at any time of the day or night.Lightning kills more people every year than hurricanes.  Tornadoes and high winds can damage homes, blowdown trees and utility poles, causing widespread power outages and damage to homes.

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