The fire that destroyed a 40-year-old furniture upholstery business in North Carolina has been turned over to the state department of Insurance.
Insurance Journal journal reported that Morgan Chair, a 25-employee firm in Stanfield, North Carolina, was nearly utterly burned to the bottom Sept. 16. No one was injured, however the business misplaced every part, firm.
“I literally walked out with a laptop and tape measure and we had to start over from that,” proprietor Jesse Morgan informed WBTV information.
Morgan Chair had over 800 orders pending. And inside two days, the agency had relocated its operation to a vacant constructing in Oakboro, the Stanly News & Press reported.
Late final week, native fire officers mentioned the insurance department investigators will now look at the trigger and potential perpetrators of the blaze.
“We turned the origin and cause investigation over to the State Fire Marshal’s office Fire Investigation Unit,” Stanly County Assistant Fire Marshal Evan Faulkner informed the newspaper. “We’re still assisting them, but they’re actually the ones that will be writing the final report.”
The department is usually requested to analyze fires that lead to massive losses of property, Faulkner mentioned.