The streets around Liquid Transport Terminals were re-opened to the public on Thursday. We were able to take some photos from the street and with a friend’s help, from the air. We are sharing them here because we know there is public interest in what the chemical holding tanks look like and how big they are. Click on any of the images to make them larger.
The person who lost their life in Wednesday’s explosion was a Southwest Georgia resident who worked at Liquid Transport Terminals in Bainbridge. On Thursday morning, Bainbridge Public Safety identified the man who passed away as […]
A fire destroyed a building in downtown Bainbridge overnight Tuesday. According to Bainbridge Public Safety Fire Chief Doyle Welch, a resident of the building heard a loud explosion around 1:30 a.m. and began warning other occupants […]
At about 3:00 a.m. Wednesday morning, multiple fire and sheriff departments as well as the Community Ambulance Service responded to a fire on Strawberry Road in Mitchell County. Upon arrival, emergency responders found a pole […]