Smoke in Building 8 on BCCC Campus | Eastern North Carolina Now

A malfunctioning heating strip in the ceiling above the stage in the Continuing Education Building (8) Auditorium melted nearby insulation, causing smoke inside the building around 7:30 p.m. on October 9.

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    WASHINGTON, N.C.     A malfunctioning heating strip in the ceiling above the stage in the Continuing Education Building (8) Auditorium melted nearby insulation, causing smoke inside the building around 7:30 p.m. on October 9. An evening class taking place in the building was safely evacuated, and there were no injuries. Firefighters from Bunyan Volunteer Fire Department and Washington Fire and Rescue extinguished the smoldering insulation. The building will remain closed until heating equipment can be inspected to ensure safety. The Continuing Education Building houses programs such as personal enrichment, GED, cooking, and small business workshops. Students who attend classes in the building should check with their instructors on the status of their class.


  • Attila Nemecz
  • Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator
  • Beaufort County Community College
  • 5337 U.S. Highway 264 East
  • Washington, N.C. 27889
  • Ph: 252-940-6387
  • Cell: 252-940-8672
  • attila.nemecz@beaufortccc.edu

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