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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston Police investigating weekend death
  • EPA investigating Cleburne County Fire
  • Jacksonville approves demolition ordinance
  • Trust fund established for Oxford fire victim

Anniston Police investigating weekend death  

Anniston police are awaiting autopsy results on a 48 year old Anniston man who died Saturday night at his home.  According to police,  Greg Wendell Sanders arrived at his King Street home near 8 Saturday night with a cut on the back of his right hand.  His wife told police that he went to bed and died shortly afterward.  According to Assistant County Coroner Marvin Southard, The blood loss from the wound was not enough to cause his death.  Officials are awaiting a full report from the Alabama Forensics Lab.

EPA investigating Cleburne County Fire 

Investigators from the U.S. Environmental protection agency are in Cleburne County investigating a fire at Cammco Inc, a metals recovery business on highway 31 in Cleburne County.  Cleburne County EMA Spokesman Steve Swafford said the first call cam in at 7:40 Sunday evening when residents reported tires, plastic and insulation burning at the site.  Officials say that some of the burning waste may have come from ground up phone cables.  Officials say the fire was in mounds of waste, some 10 to 20 feet high.  After residents complained of breathing problems related to the smoke, Swafford contacted the EPA and the Alabama Department of Emergency Management or ADEM.  The company’s owners, Kenneth and Jerome Campbell have been unavailable for comment.  ADEM has cited the company in the past for violations including failure to dispose of lead leaching materials.  Investigators were sent to the site yesterday and are expected to have preliminary results today. 


Jacksonville approves demolition ordinance 

The Jacksonville mayor and council in an special called meeting Tuesday afternoon adopted a new city Structure Demolition ordinance  According to Mayor Johnny Smith, the ordinance will assure that demolitions in the city will be done correctly requiring those seeking to demolish a building to obtain a permit and post a bond to insure that the property is cleaned up after the demolition.  According to Mayor Smith,  the city council took the action in a special meeting because they were concerned with talk of demolishing a building at the Coker International mill in Jacksonville.   According to the Mayor,  Coker is reportedly planning to demolish the building because of the unique materials that can be salvaged from the structure. 

Trust fund established for Oxford fire victim 

A trust fund has been established to help with burial expenses for 16-year-old Jeremy Johnson.  He is one of two teenagers who died in a house fire in Oxford early Sunday morning.  He was staying with his grandmother who need financial assistance with funeral expenses.

Donations are being accepted at America’s First Federal Credit Union in Anniston for the Hero Trust Fund.

Meanwhile, fire investigators are still trying to determine what sparked the deadly fire on McKibben Road.  13-year-old Brandon Mason also died and two 14-year-olds, April Franklin and Michelle White were injured int eh blaze.  Officials say that about six people were in the home at the time of the fire, including a child in a wheelchair.  All escaped unharmed.


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