GRANT BLANKENSHIP/THE TELEGRAPH Employees of Rescare, a company offering home health care for seniors as well as management of care for the developmentally disabled, watch as Macon-Bibb Firefighters cleanup the last of the fire that destroyed the Rescare office on Forsyth Street in Macon early Saturday morning.
Fire destroyed the Macon offices of Rescare, a business offering home healthcare as well as management of services for the developmentally disabled, early Saturday morning.
According to Peggy Clay, executive director of Rescare of Georgia, which manages services for the developmentally disabled, Macon-Bibb Firefighters responded to a fire on the second floor of the office at 1910 Forsyth Street which her business shared with another Rescare business, Rescare HomeCare, at about 6am Saturday.
Clay said she was told by officials that no one was harmed in the blaze. Normal Rescare business hours are 9-5, Monday through Friday. "I do have a cleaning person who comes on Saturdays, but she wasn't in there," Clay said.
By about 11:30, firefighters were watching and putting water on hotspots as needed.
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