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County Line Bar in The Mondex Burns in Mysterious Morning Fire; No Injuries

| October 29, 2012

The fire at the County Line Bar started after 11 a.m., and was still burning at noon,. Click on the image for larger view. (FlaglerLive)

The County Line Bar in Daytona North, or the Mondex, went up in flames Monday morning just after 11 a.m. for unknown reasons. Fire crews from the Bunnell Volunteer Fire Department and Flagler County Fire Rescue are at the scene, as is the Palm Coast Fire Department.

The bar is located on County Road 305, just south of the intersection with County Road 302.

The fire was still burning an hour later, when most of the building has been consumed by flames. “It was heavy fire when we got on scene,” Bunnell Fire Chief Derek Fraser said. “County and city crews worked quickly to knock it down.”

County Road 305 is closed, and may remain closed for a while, south of 302, and to Mahogany Boulevard.

The 1,700-square-foot building is owned by Ronald Jaffe of Palm Coast, according to Flagler County Property Appraiser records. Bunnell developer Mark Langello used to own the building where the bar is located, which he’d used for mobile home sales, and as a photo studio, before he sold it. Neighboring business owners say that the bar had its busy days and not-so busy days.

As of 5 p.m., the cause of the fire had not been determined. We’ve got the state fire marshal still on scene conducting their investigation,” Fraser said. The location of the fire’s origin had also not yet been determined. But County Road 305 had reopened.

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Click on the image for larger view. (FlaglerLive)

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21 Responses for “County Line Bar in The Mondex Burns in Mysterious Morning Fire; No Injuries”

  1. Gator, re- county line bar. When the city of Bunnell annexed that part of 305 with the bar included at that time all citizens were notified and were asked to address their elected officials concerning the rezoning of said partial. All tax payers and registered voters have this right to appeal any decision on zoning matters. Were your remarks made on deaf ears? If that was the case vote them out. You still have that right. Or else you can start your petition drive to have said partial rezoned and again that is a legal matter in which it is avised you retained an attorney to have this done. All Im saying is everyone should be involved and pay attention when it comes to zoning matters in our area. Best of wishes to you in your endevor.

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  2. Mondex says:

    NortonSmitty you should really get your story right about that dog, it wasn’t even a pitbull and the wife didn’t come to sick the dog on her husband she was using the dog for her protection,because of an earlier incident she came back to look for her husbands glasses, because he was jumped by a bunch of kids upon false accusations of hitting someone’s car a previous day. In which the bartender verified he didn’t even drive the vehicle there in which was accused. You should really get you story straight and quit trying to make a good cover-up for an insurance scam because they can’t make their mortgage payment. Good luck karma always prevails. Sorry for all the girls who lost their job before the holidays . Hopefully Pete will give some of that insurance scam money to the girls family’s for the holidays. Keep lying your doing good.

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  3. BobbyD says:

    I didn’t realize that side of the street was in the city of Bunnell.

       1 likes

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