Twisted Pickle Deli Burns Down Overnight

Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)

The Twisted Pickle deli, located on U.S. 1 in Wabasso, has burned down along with the rug shop next to it.

The Fire Marshall is currently investigating the fire, according to Major Eric Flowers of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.

The deli was recently open for business, providing carryout and delivery six days a week.

Last year, Sebastian residents voted Twisted Pickle as the 3rd best sandwich shop in our Top 8 Subs in Sebastian poll.

At this time, there is no other information about the fire.

Officers with the Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations are also on the scene.

Authorities are also looking into a possible vape pen that was delivered to the deli last night.

Photos (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)

Twisted Pickle Fire
Twisted Pickle Fire
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)
Twisted Pickle Deli Fire in Wabasso, Florida. (Credit: Brian LaPersonerie)

Sebastian Daily will report an update when we receive more information from authorities.

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