NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- A North Charleston hotel was evacuated Monday morning after a fire was reported.
Fire officials said the source of the smoke was from a belt in an air handler. The power to the unit was shut down and a technician was called to repair it, said Bianca Sancic, the public information officer for the North Charleston Fire Department.
The five-story hotel on International Boulevard was evacuated, but fire officials did not know how many people were in the hotel at the time of the incident.
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