GRAND BAY, Ala. (WKRG) — As temperatures drop right here on the Gulf Coast, many could also be turning on their heaters for the primary time.
Grand Bay Hearth responded to a name of a fireplace at a business constructing on hearth in Grand Bay Wednesday night time, in line with a tweet from the division.
The Chevron fuel station situated on Freeway ninety and Ramsey Street reportedly has smoke and flames seen, the tweet stated.
When Grand Bay Hearth models arrived, on the scene, there was nothing seen from the outside of the enterprise, however there was heavy smoke seen inside.
In response to the hearth division, the supply of the smoke was from turning on the heater for the primary time.
There was no hearth on the location.