Early morning fire in apartment complex in Myrtle Beach, residents evacuated

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – Friday early morning fire in apartment complex in Myrtle Beach forced the residents to evacuate.

According to the Horry County Fire Rescue, they received the call around 2:30 a.m. and crews were immediately sent to the scene to the 4000 block of Signature Drive. Because of the heavy flames, the residents of the complex were evacuated shortly after arrival.

Luckily, the fire is now under control. According to the fire department officials, several units are heavily damaged.

There will be investigation about the cause of the fire. As a result of the prompt action, no injuries are reported.

Total of three fire departments were involved: Conway Fire Department, Myrtle Beach Fire Department and Horry County Fire Rescue.

We will update the story as soon as more details are available.

Monica Doyle

Editor-in-Chief

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