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Stormy Point Resort offices destroyed by 4-alarm fire near Branson

STONE COUNTY, Mo. — About 8:15 p.m. Thursday evening, September 29, 2022, Southern Stone County Fire were dispatched to 94 Pemberly Lane, Branson.

Branson Engine 3 and Battalion Chief Cizek were first on scene to a three-story, approximately 15,000 square feet, residential type structure, owned by Capital Vacations LLC, that currently housed Stormy Point Resort supplies and maintenance facilities.

“Fire was through the roof on the Charlie [rear] side.” SSCFPD state in a release. “DC M. Moore arrived on scene and assumed command. A second and third alarm were struck.”

All employees were evacuated safely.

Shortly after a fourth alarm was struck for more tankers.

The fire was unable to be stopped due to the compartmentalization of the building and the amount of fuel load. Crews continued operations until approximately 04:00 a.m.

Due to the extent of damage the origin and cause of the fire could not be determined. The structure and contents were a complete loss.” — SSCFPD

All units cleared the scene with no injuries reported.

  • STATS:
  • 48 Firefighters responded into the scene.
  • 17 apparatus from Southern Stone County Fire
  • 5 apparatus from Western Taney County Fire
  • 2 apparatus from Northern Stone/Northeast Barry County Fire
  • 1 apparatus from Highlandville Fire
  • 1 apparatus from Branson Fire/Rescue
  • 200,000 (est.) gallons of water was used to fight the fire

Southern Stone County Fire would like to thank our Firefighters, our Fire Auxiliary, Branson Fire, Western Taney County Fire, Highlandville Fire, Northern Stone/Northeast Barry County Fire, Mercy EMS, Stormy Point Staff and Security, White River Electric, Stone County Water District #2 and others who assisted in any way to this incident.

We extend our sympathies to the Capital Vacations/Stormy Point Resort for the loss of their operations structure.

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