Fire

Multiple agencies respond to mobile home fire in Callaway


Grayton Beach's iconic Red Bar burns down


Locals react to fire at The Red Bar


Multiple crews respond to structure fire at the Red Bar


Suspicious home fire under investigation


UPDATE: Teen arrested after vacant PC apartment complex catches fire


Beach Fire and Rescue respond to a minor electrical fire at Club La Vela


Firefighters extinguish home fire, save home from severe damage


One volunteer firefighter left with minor injuries after structure fire


Prescribed burn season getting ready to ignite


Firefighters save deputy's home


Man killed in Panama City fire identified


Man found dead in burning building


Panama City Fire Department responds to early morning structure fire, no injuries reported


Panama City Beach accepting bids for new fire station


Structure intact after home fire in mobile home park


Multiple agencies respond to structure fire in Jackson County


One victim reportedly in critical but stable condition following fire, officials say


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