Kevin Floyd Death, Obituary – The office of the coroner in Sumter County has made public the identity of a man whose body was discovered on Sunday by firemen who were responding to a fire. The body was found by the firefighters who were responding to the fire. A spokesperson for the Sumter Fire Department claimed that crews were summoned to the 400 block of Raymond Street just before 4 a.m. to investigate a report of a “fifth-wheel” camper trailer that had caught fire. The fire was reported by a resident of the 400 block of Raymond Street. In answer to a question asking for assistance, the information in this response was delivered.
A total of about thirteen firefighters and three fire stations were called to the scene of the incident, and they were successful in putting out the fires that broke out in the camper and in an adjacent lean-to construction that had also taken fire. Despite this, crews were eventually successful in identifying the body of a man, which the Sumter County Coroner Robbie Baker identified as being that of Kevin Floyd, who was 50 years old. The members of Floyd’s family have been informed of his passing, and an autopsy is scheduled to take place at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston during the week that is about to begin.
Floyd was found dead in his home in Charleston, South Carolina. There has been no report presented to the public on any of the potential causes.