Extraordinary video shows devastation in the community of Detroit
Sandi Elwood, a Salem Realtor, recorded videos showing the destruction in the mountain community of Detroit. She chronicled the burning of several businesses and many homes.
United Methodist Church is backed by the cast of smoke-filled skies in Salem on Tuesday, Sept. 8. A long camera exposure causes the long light streaks from passing cars. (Ron Cooper/Salem Reporter)
NOTE: The videos aren't displaying on some browsers properly. You can see them directly at Sandi Sue Elwood's Facebook page HERE. We are working on a technical fix.
Sandi Elwood, a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate Professionals of Salem took a series of videos in Detroit on Wednesday, Sept. 9. They show most businesses, such as the Cedars Restaurant and Kane's Marina, were destroyed in the fire that swept though the mountain community Monday night.
CORRECTION: The restaurant that burned in Detroit was the Cedars Restaurant and Lounge. An earlier version identified it as the Timbers. Salem Reporter apologizes for the error.
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