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Fire official: AC issue led to smoke at Spartanburg Regional; no evacuation needed

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Fire units respond to reported fire at Spartanburg Regional. (7/8/17 FOX Carolina) Fire units respond to reported fire at Spartanburg Regional. (7/8/17 FOX Carolina)
Fire units respond to reported fire at Spartanburg Regional. (7/8/17 FOX Carolina) Fire units respond to reported fire at Spartanburg Regional. (7/8/17 FOX Carolina)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Multiple fire units were dispatched to the scene of a reported fire at Spartanburg Regional Saturday morning.

Dispatchers say the call came in around 11:20 a.m. on Saturday.

Per the Spartanburg City Fire Assistant Chief Jeremy Morgan, an AC issue caused by overheating, led to smoke and some of that smoke got into the vents in the hospital.

A power outage accompanied the AC issue.

No evacuations were made and no injuries reported.

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