Category Archives: Three & Twenty

Minor injuries – Mayfield Road

One person was injured in a single vehicle accident on Mayfield Road on Sunday night. The sport utility vehicle ran off the road and struck a tree. Three and Twenty firefighters assisted Pelzer EMS at the scene. (Photo by David Rogers)

Bike fatality -Three & Twenty

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies search for a missing Pendleton man who apparently wrecked his bicycle Thursday afternoon. The man had called and told someone he had ran off the roadway near a creek. Multiple fire departments and law enforcement agencies searched for the man. He was finally located deceased off Sargent Road in Piercetown early Friday morning. (Photo by David Rogers)

Help identify robbery suspect

Anderson County Sheriff’s Investigators are asking the public’s assistance to identify a white male responsible for the armed robbery of the Dollar General store in the Three & Twenty community. According to reports, on Friday, July 29, at approximately 9:50 p.m., a lone white male entered the Dollar General at 3309 Pelzer Highway, Easley, brandished a silver handgun and demanded the clerk give him the money from the register.

Driver transported – Three Bridges Road

Three and Twenty firefighters await state troopers and direct traffic around the scene of a single vehicle accident on Monday evening (june 27) . A sport utility vehicle ran off the road, went through a fence, struck a tree and overturned on Three Bridges Road near Mt. Pisgah Road. The driver was transported to an area hospital by Pelzer EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

Driver injured – St. Paul Road

A Three and Twenty firefighter gathers information at the scene of a single vehicle accident on St. Paul Road. A van ran off the roadway and struck a tree. The driver was taken to Greenville Memorial Hospital by Pelzer EMS. The driver was pulled from the wreckage by a passerby. (Photo by David Rogers)

Fire damages mobile home – Mountain View Road

Three and Twenty firefighters along with Piercetown firefighters extinguish hot spots following a mobile home fire on Mountain View Road on Sunday night. The fire gutted a bathroom and another room. Firefighters had the blaze under control in about ten minutes. Pelzer EMS stood by as a precaution until the fire was extinguished. (Photo by David Rogers)

Construction to begin on new Convenience Center – Slabtown

By Stan Welch

Construction on the new Slabtown convenience center is slated to start in two weeks, according to Greg Smith, Anderson County Solid Waste Director.

Smith says the new facility, slated to replace the outdated and overused center now in use, will be a showpiece. The existing facility serves an average of 1800 customers a week. The new facility is being designed by Joyce Engineering, out of Charleston. The projected cost is $1.047 million.

Located on seventeen acres of land adjacent to the Three and Twenty Fire Department substation on Pickens Drive, the new facility will have three compactors for trash and a separate one for recyclables.

Firefighters shuttle water to AnMed

Joe Sullivan along with a fellow Three and Twenty firefighter watch as an Anderson City firefighter pumps water from a dump tank at AnMed Health Campus, early Thursday morning. Several Anderson county fire departments assisted the city fire department in shuttling water to the main campus and the north campus to keep the air condition chillers running after parts of Anderson ran out of water Wednesday night following a problem at the Anderson Regional Joint Water System treatment plant. (Photo by David Rogers)

Barn destroyed – Red Barn Road

A barn was destroyed by fire on Red Barn Road on Wednesday evening. Firefighters from Three and Twenty, Walker – McElmoyle, and Piercetown fought the fire. The barn and contents were a total loss. (Photo by David Rogers)


Driver left scene – Hamlin Road

A Three and Twenty firefighter examines a Jeep that wrecked on Hamlin Road Saturday night. The Jeep struck a guardrail and overturned, almost going over a bridge and into a creek. Pelzer EMS also responded to the scene but the driver had left on foot. (Photo by David Rogers)

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