Discarded Smoking Material Cause of Columbia House Fire

Discarded smoking materials is the cause of a Columbia residential fire yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.

Columbia Fire Department went to a house at 1701 Cliff Drive just after 2:30.

All of the occupants of the house were home at the time of the fire and escaped safely.

About twenty thousand dollars in damages is being reported.

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