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Fire destroys cabin business in Marion County

The fire broke out around 10 p.m. Sunday night. Source: Terri Brewer/WBRC The fire broke out around 10 p.m. Sunday night. Source: Terri Brewer/WBRC
Smoke smolders from a fire at Paradise Cove Cabins in the Bear Creek community. Source: Terri Brewer/WBRC Smoke smolders from a fire at Paradise Cove Cabins in the Bear Creek community. Source: Terri Brewer/WBRC
Multiple fire departments responded to a business fire at Paradise Canyon Cabins in Marion County. Source: HBTV Multiple fire departments responded to a business fire at Paradise Canyon Cabins in Marion County. Source: HBTV
Haleyville firefighters on the scene of the fire. Source: HBTV Haleyville firefighters on the scene of the fire. Source: HBTV
Source: HBTV Source: HBTV
MARION COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

A Marion County business owner says he will move forward after a fire destroyed his business on Sunday night.

Firefighters were still working to put out flames that rekindled Monday morning at Paradise Canyon Cabins in the Bear Creek community.

Numerous volunteer fire departments came to the scene when the fire broke out Sunday night around 10 p.m.

Business owner Jacky Barnett says firefighters don't know yet what caused the fire, and they're waiting to learn more from the state fire marshals office. No one was injured in the blaze.

Paradise Cove Cabins is a custom cabin business that has been at the location off of County Highway 62 for about 18 months.

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