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Columbia Windows Unlimited suffers major fire damage

Update: Approximately 5:30amCT, newsman Larry Smith, 92.7 FM the WAVE, called CM and alerted us that the fire had flared up again, and that firemen were on the scene. The second blaze leveled Columbia Windows Unlimited to the ground. Only rubble and the company's sign remain. A little after 6amCT, the firemen had left the scene. Photo(s) now being processed and will be posted shortly.

By Donald Hare, Public Affairs Officer
Columbia/Adair County Fire Department

The Adair County Fire Department responded to a fire on Tuesday night, February 21, 2012, at 11:49pmCT, to Columbia Windows Unlimited, 3232 Russell Springs Road, KY. The property, owned by William Turner, suffered major damage. There were 10 firemen on the scene for 1 hour and 45 minutes. The cause of fire is still undetermined. Donald Hare

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Second fire flare up razes Columbia Windows Unlimited building

2012-02-22 - 3232 Russell Road, Columbia, KY - Photo photo by CM suggested by Larry Smith, FM 92.7 the wave.
A midnight fire which the Columbia/Adair County Fire Department responded to at midnight Tuesday night/Wednesday morning flared up again early this morning and razed the building which had housed Columbia Windows Unlimited. The flare up was spotted by Larry Smith, 92.7 FM, who alerted CM by telephone of the incident. Nothing is left of the building now except a few embers, rubble, and the sign.

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Columbia Windows Unlimited after C/AC VFD visits second time

2012-02-22 - 3232 Russell Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Nothing was left at approximately 6amCT, of the Columbia Windows Unlimited building now except a few embers, rubble, and the sign, after firemen responded to a second call early this morning, Wednesday, February 22, 2012. The department had responded to a first fire at around midnight last night.

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Smoke boils out of Columbia Windows Unlimited, midnight blaze

2012-02-22 - 3232 Russell Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Rodney Thompson, Columbia/Adair County Fire Department.
When Columbia/Adair County Firemen arrived at Columbia Windows Unlimited last night, Tuesday, February 21, 2012, just before midnight, the blaze had inflicted heavy damage on the structure. After the fire was extinguished, sometime during the night, embers produced a second inferno, and this time, the building was leveled, with only rubble, a few ashes, and the sign intact.

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