Blaze damages retired hearth captain’s San Luis Obispo house

A fire burned the storage and, in all likelihood, an antique automobile on the San Luis Obispo home of retired hearth captain Ed Marcom Thursday night. Marcom worked for 30 years as a firefighter, retiring from the San Luis Obispo City Fire Department in 1995, keeping with the Transparent California database. Marcom is likewise the proprietor of Fast Eddie’s Car Wash on Marsh Street in SLO. Marcom is an avid traditional vehicle fanatic who drives around the city in a 1933 Ford sedan, in keeping with the business website.

Obispo houseThe hearth became first spotted at about 9:30 p.M. At Marcom’s domestic at 601 Skyline Drive. The domestic become occupied on time. However, all people who become interior made it out effectively. When firefighters arrived at the scene, they discovered the storage of the house on the fireplace. Firefighters contained the blaze to a single-vehicle. There had been a couple of motors inside the storage, including a couple of antique motors, said SLO Battalion Chief Neal Berryman. The extent of the damage has no longer yet been disclosed. Fire officials are investigating the purpose of the blaze.

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