Pickens County Restaurant Burned in Fire

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PICKENS COUNTY, Ga. – Coach’s Cut Hoagies experienced a tragic loss this weekend after a fire burned the restaurant that had just celebrated 8 years of business in Pickens County.

Owners of the restaurant released a statement to let friends, family, and loyal customers know the hard news.

“Friends and Family- we experienced a devastating loss last night. Our shop had a fire that resulted in extensive damage throughout the building. My sincere appreciation to the men and women of Jasper Fire and Pickens Fire for the aggressive fire attack to keep the fire from spreading any further than our shop. The main area of fire was confined to the back kitchen/ prep area with extensive smoke damage throughout the rest of the shop. It appears that the main fire may have started around the area of our ice machine. We have insurance on the business and our agent- Marty Callahan was on site last night to assist me with starting the claims process. Please keep our entire Coach’s Cuts family in your prayers. This is gut wrenching and my heart is breaking but we will persevere bigger and better. It will just take time. Much love to our community in advance for your thoughts and prayers.”

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