Morning fire destroys Marshall County home

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MARSHALL CO., Ala. (WHNT) — A fire destroyed an Albertville home Monday morning.

Albertville Fire says the call came in just after nine o’clock Monday morning.

A home on Dunn Drive near Albertville had visible flames when firefighters got there.

Albertville, Douglas, and Pleasant Grove Fire Departments responded.

Albertville Fire officials say no one was inside or at the home when the fire started.

Albertville Fire Marshal Westley Bynum says they did have a hurdle in putting the fire out. “The biggest challenge today was water supply, and where we’re located at, and how far we had to go to get the water supply, which is approximately a mile from here.”

It’s not clear yet what started the fire.

1 Comment

  • Leon

    And, to think the foresight of our state legislature to pass a law to make home owners pay a fee each and every month for fire protection. First need fire hydrants to put out the fire. That is putting the cart before the horse !

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