Swig & Swine Will Be Back In Business Soon

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Swig & Swine Will Be Back In Business Soon

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Jessica Townsend

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Nearly two months after the fire that destroyed the Swig & Swine restaurant, the eatery is finally being reconstructed. The Swig & Swine on Old Trolley Road burned down on June 22, 2018. Officials are unsure what caused the catastrophe. Owner, Anthony DiBenardo, says that Swig & Swine should be reopened in early 2019 (journalscene).

The blaze absorbed a quarter of the establishment, and required twenty-three firefighters to put it out, but they successfully extinguished the flames in about twenty minutes. Another fire started roughly four hours later, and the firefighters had to re-extinguish it. There were no injuries. A witness said that the flames were about fifteen to twenty feet high, and that he could see it from his house, which was two miles away (abcnews4).

Dorchester County Fire Chief, Tres Atkinson, said, “both departments [Dorchester County Fire Rescue and Summerville Fire Rescue] are to be commended for their teamwork and continued commitment to providing the highest quality of fire service (live5news).” For more updates on the reconstruction, follow Swig & Swine on their Facebook page.

 

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