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Firefighters on the scene at Taylor Co. Marina at State Dock

Posted at 12:32pm, Friday, November 26, 2010 - Firefighters from Campbellsville and Taylor Co. Fire Departments are on the scene at big fire Green River Lake Marina at the the State Dock on Green River Lake, located in Southern Taylor County between Campbellsville and Columbia, KY, according to a spokesperson at Taylor Co. 911.

The call for the fire came in at 11amET/10amCT.

A camera crew from WLEX-Tv, in Campbellsville for a segment on Amazon.com, is at the scene as well. From photos already posted on WLEX-Tv's website, WLEX.com, the fire appears to be in the office/restaurant area, the 911 spokesperson said.



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Lawrence Hamilton photos Nov. 26, 2010: Fire at Green River Lake Marina



2010-11-26 - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Green River Lake, Campbellsville, KY
Fire has engulfed the two buildings at the Green River Lake Marina in a fire reported at 11amET/10amCT, Friday, November 26, 2010. Campbellsville and Taylor Co. Fire Departments were on the scene this morning, and photographer Lawrence Hamilton, as well as Tv camera crews for Lexington channels 18 and 27.

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Taylor Co. firemen battle lakeside fire from lake



2010-11-26 - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Green River Lake, Campbellsville, KY
Taylor County Fire Department firemen battled the blaze which destroyed two buildings at the Green River Lake Marina using a specially equipped boat. Fire has engulfed two buildings at the Green River Lake Marina in a fire reported at 11amET/10amCT, Friday, November 26, 2010. Campbellsville and Taylor Co. Fire Departments were on the scene this morning, and photographer Lawrence Hamilton, as well as Tv camera crews for Lexington channels 18 and 27.

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Pumping operation at Green River Marina Fire



2010-11-26 - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Green River Lake, Campbellsville, KY
Firemen monitor a pumping operation set up to fight the Green River Marina blaze which destroyed two buildings in a fire reported at 11amET on Friday, November 26, 2010.

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Green River Marina Fire Nov. 26, 2010: From across inlet



2010-11-26 - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Green River Lake, Campbellsville, KY
This view of the fire at Green River Lake Marina gives a wider perspective from across the inlet at the scene. The fire was reported at 11amET. Lawrence Hamilton was on the spot to get this dramatic photo. The Taylor Co. Fire Department, the Campbellsville Fire Department, the Campbellsville Taylor Co. Rescue, and Tv camera crews from Channel 18 and 27 were on there.

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Smoke obscured fire scene early in the response



2010-11-26 - Photo by Lawrence Hamilton. Green River Lake, Campbellsville, KY
Dense gray smoke obscured the ground zero details of the fire when firefighters first arrived at around 11:20am/ET, at the the huge fire which dealt a major blow to facilities at the Green River Lake Marina.

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