Sea Pines resident Mike Schilder stands nearby as firefighters with Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue clear debris after ethanol leaked beneath their ethanol fireplace and ignited the surrounding wood boards. "We've had it for two years, this has never happened," said Susan Schilder, Mike's wife.
Sea Pines resident Mike Schilder stands nearby as firefighters with Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue clear debris after ethanol leaked beneath their ethanol fireplace and ignited the surrounding wood boards. "We've had it for two years, this has never happened," said Susan Schilder, Mike's wife. Sarah Welliver
Sea Pines resident Mike Schilder stands nearby as firefighters with Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue clear debris after ethanol leaked beneath their ethanol fireplace and ignited the surrounding wood boards. "We've had it for two years, this has never happened," said Susan Schilder, Mike's wife. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Firefighters extinguish flames on Hilton Head after ethanol leak

December 27, 2012 08:45 PM

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