SIX MILE, S.C. -- Pickens County officials say a brush fire destroyed about 100 acres near Six Mile.
The State Forestry Commission says several fire departments were called to the fire around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
No injuries have been reported.
Pickens County Supervisor Ray Cassell says it appears the fire was started by a power line that was blown down by the wind.
Cassell said the fire threatened 15 to 20 homes, but did not damage any of them.
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