Home Destroyed By Fire in Madison County

By Jessie R. Box
Greene Publishing, Inc.

Madison Fire Rescue, Lee Volunteer Fire Department and the Division of Forestry was called out to a house fully engulfed in flames on 431 SE Robinwood Drive, at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 11.
The Madison Fire Rescue Chief Bruce Jordan confirmed the residence belonged to Madison County Supervisor of Elections, Tommy Hardee.
According to Chief Jordan, Hardee had come home for a little while and then left to go back to work. On his way to work, he realized he had forgotten his work keys and returned home. It was then that he found his house on fire.
There were no injuries reported. The fire is still under investigation by the State Fire Marshall, but Chief Jordan said the fire was not suspicious.

Inside of HouseSMALL

Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap
The inside of the house is covered in ash and water after the fire at the Madison County Supervisor of Elections house fire was extinguished.

Side of HouseSMALL

Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap
The paneling on the side of the house has melted and the structure of the roof was left exposed after the fire had been extinguished.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Hunter Greene, June 11, 2014
A Wednesday afternoon fire left the home of Tommy and Kaila Hardee completely destroyed. Tommy serves as the Madison County Supervisor of Elections.


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Written by Jessie Box