The flame was accounted for around 8 a.m. Monday.
Flares could be seen shooting through the eatery’s rooftop.
A few Putnam County local groups of fire-fighters are on the scene of a structure fire at Fat Patty’s, 4156 W.Va. 34 in Hurricane, W.Va.
W.Va. 34 is as of now closed down in the zone, as a hose is extended over the roadway to get more water to the flame and access to Highway 34 has been blocked.
Numerous local groups of fire-fighters have reacted to an announced flame at Fat Patty’s in Putnam County. The call came in about 8:20 a.m. Monday at the Teays Valley Road area, according to 911.
Teams have told 911 that the flame is leveled out, No wounds have been accounted yet, no one is harmed yet.
The Teays Valley, Hurricane, Winfield, Poca, Culloden, Nitro and Eleanor local groups of fire-fighters have reacted to stop the flame.
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The Teays Valley Fat Patty’s opened in September 2012 out of a previous Shoney’s eatery. It was the fourth area for the Huntington-based chain.
In 2018, a Florida-based eatery organization ARC Group Inc. consented to obtain the four Fat Patty’s eateries for $12.3 million with designs to extend the brand. Fat Patty’s proprietor Clint Artrip was to stay as supervisor of the four eateries.
The Fat Patty’s Restaurant off of the Teays Valley exit is ablaze toward the beginning of today.
As per local bystanders, the structure on West Virginia Route 34 in Hurricane, WV burst into flames on Monday, March 25th, 2019 and the Firefighters are constantly battling to counter it.