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Twenty-five firefighters on scene of Midnight fire, Columbia, KY

Official fire department report
See also: Midnight fire at Arnold/Firestone Building does heavy damage CM story & for Donald Hare/Columbia Fire Department photos/others

By Donald Hare, Public Affairs Officer
News from Columbia Fire Department

The Columbia Fire Dept responded to a commercial building fire around 11:30pmCT, Sunday night at 200 Public Square. The building was owned by Ben Arnold and was being occupied by Danny Reeves who ran the Farm 2 Furniture store from it. The building received moderate damage to all three levels of the building but firemen were able to contain the blaze to this one building. There were 25 firemen on the scene from Columbia Fire Dept and around 9 firemen assisted from the Breeding Fire Dept. all firemen were on the scene for about 3 hours containing this blaze. The origin of the fire is undetermined at this time. - Donald Hare

This story was posted on 2012-04-30 07:17:50
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