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Fire scare on Warriors Trail

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Just after 7 p.m. Sunday, firefighters were dispatched to a smoke-filled home in the 6000 block of Warriors Trail in Warren County.

Similar to the incident at Commodore Apartments earlier in the day, initial reports indicate that the source of the smoke was electrical.

Fortunately, no injuries or property damages resulted from this incident.

While officials have not made a formal statement on the cause of either of the events today, it is likely that the cooler temperatures are prompting the use of heaters for the first time this year, which may be causing issues.

 

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House fire on Sherwood Drive in Vicksburg

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Vicksburg firefighters responded to a house fire at 126 Sherwood Drive off of Porter’s Chapel Road just before 6 p.m. Saturday.

The fire originated in the kitchen area and caused heavy smoke. No one was home at the time of the fire and there are no injuries.

“Fast response from firefighters on Engine 2 and Engine 8 saved the home from having extensive damage,” said Vicksburg Fire Chief Craig Danczyk. They remain on the scene removing smoke and heat from the home.

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Apartment fire at the Park at Milestone

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(photo by Thomas Parker)

Vicksburg firefighters responded to a structure fire at The Park at Milestone at 6332 Common Circle at 11:26 a.m. Friday.

A resident reported smoke coming from below their unit.

The fire was quickly extinguished and the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

Ladder 15, Engines 7 and 8, Rescue and Fire Medic 30, along with Battalion 1, responded.

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Morning fire at Eaton Cooper Lighting in Vicksburg

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(photo by Thomas Parker)

Eaton Cooper Lighting at 5035 U.S. Highway 61 South in Vicksburg was the scene of a fire Thursday morning.

Vicksburg firefighters were dispatched to the fire at 8:07 a.m. The call indicated flames and smoke were showing. Upon arrival firefighters found a piece of industrial equipment on the south side of the facility on fire, and they were able to quickly extinguish it. It’s unclear what caused the fire at this time.

All employees were evacuated from the building and are safe. No injuries have been reported.

Units responding included Engines 2, 8, Rescue, a Fire Medic Unit, Battalion 1 and Chief Craig Danczyk along with Deputy Chief Trey Martin.

Employees were safely evacuated from Eaton Cooper Lighting Thursday. (photo by Thomas Parker)

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