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Shed containing numerous motorcycles burns in Dacusville

The fire destroyed a shed on Thursday. (March 27, 2014/FOX Carolina) The fire destroyed a shed on Thursday. (March 27, 2014/FOX Carolina)
Fire officials said it was accidental. (March 27, 2014/FOX Carolina) Fire officials said it was accidental. (March 27, 2014/FOX Carolina)
DACUSVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A blaze destroyed a storage shed housing numerous motorcycles, a backhoe and other equipment in Dacusville on Thursday.

The Dacusville fire chief said the fire was accidental but didn't specify the cause.

The Pickens County Fire Department was called in for assistance because the structure was located on top of a hill and additional hose was needed to reach the hydrant. 

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