Fire broke out at wedding venue in Hannover Reserve

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On Sunday night, in the middle of a ceremony, smoke billowed and flames spread across the wedding venue in Butler County. Tank trucks from several agencies were brought in to replenish water to extinguish the fire in the Hanover Reserve of Oxford Road in Millville. WLWT and those who attended the wedding when the fire broke out. They said it was an incredible scene, with heavy smoke far beyond the venue, and fire trucks illuminating the scene. People said they just stood behind and watched in shock. “We are just in awe. Yes. It’s crazy,” said Ben Koblenz, the wedding attendant. Koblenz said that the wedding had a fire around 5 pm. He said someone lit a fire in the propane fireplace, causing an explosion, and then flames emerged from the chimney. “Everyone evacuated the building and called the fire department,” Koblenz said. “It was about 20 minutes when they came out.” Participants said that the couple were still getting married outside the building. “They got married and they had a good time,” Koblenz said. “But they were also shocked. Disappointed.” The wedding party said they were stunned, but they also thanked the first responders who fought the fire. “I definitely want to thank them for what they did. Give up their time and become a first responder or something. It can be “really dangerous inside,” Koblenz said. The owner of the venue is brief with us She was in tears and heartbroken. She told us that the venue was only open in May and the wedding was booked for the next two years. Officials said the building was salvable and estimated that they used more than 100,000 gallons of water. No one was injured. The state fire chief will investigate the fire.

On Sunday night, during a ceremony, smoke billowed and flames spread to a wedding venue in Butler County.

Tank trucks from several agencies were sent to replenish water to extinguish the fire in the Hanover Reserve of Oxford Road in Millville.

When the fire broke out, WLWT talked to the people attending the wedding.

They said it was an incredible scene, with heavy smoke far beyond the venue, and fire trucks illuminating the scene.

People said they just stood behind and watched in shock.

“We are just in awe. Yes. It’s crazy,” said Ben Koblenz, the wedding attendant.

Koblenz said that the wedding had a fire around 5 pm. He said someone lit a fire in the propane fireplace, causing an explosion, and then flames emerged from the chimney.

“Everyone evacuated the building and called the fire department,” Koblenz said. “It was about 20 minutes when they came out.”

Participants said that the couple are still getting married outside the building.

“They got married and they had a good time,” Koblenz said. “But they were also shocked. Disappointed.”

At the wedding party they said they were shocked, but they also thanked the responders who fought the fire in the first place.

“I definitely want to thank them for everything they do. Give up their time and become a first responder or something. It’s really dangerous inside,” Koblenz said.

The owner of the venue had a brief conversation with us.

She burst into tears and grief.

She told us that the venue has only been open since May and the weddings for the next two years have been booked.

Officials said the building was salvageable and estimated that they used more than 100,000 gallons of water. No one was injured.

The state fire chief will investigate the fire.

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