Classic Cars, Shop And Garage Lost In Springfield Fire

Classic Cars, Shop And Garage Lost In Springfield Fire

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Thousands of dollars worth of classic cars, a shop, an attached garage and two carports are a total loss after a fire that broke out behind a home just outside of Springfield around 10:30pm Thursday evening. The home is located on Nicks Dr in Springfield about a mile from the Robertson County  Airport. (Location of fire)

Fire crews from North Robertson Fire & Rescue, Adams and Springfield were all called to the blaze as well as Robertson County EMS and The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office. According to Fire Chief Chad Gregory with North Robertson Fire & Rescue, the cause of the fire is still unknown but he believes the fire started in a camper and then spread to the adjacent structures.

The homeowner told Smokey Barn News that among the classic cars lost in the fire were a 1955 Chevrolet, a 1939 Sedan and a 1968 Camaro. The homeowner also said that he was insured but he wasn’t too optimistic that his insurance coverage would cover all that he lost in the fire.

Chief Gregory said that though he doesn’t have an exact cause of the fire at the moment, the fire is being classified as an accident.

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