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Midnight fire destroys barn, hay on Marvin Buck Smith Place

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

The Adair County Fire Department responded to a hay barn fire at 00:16amCT, Thursday morning, May 17, 2012, on Coyote Lane off of Pelham Branch Road, Columbia, KY. Upon arrival the barn was totally engulfed in fire, destroyed was a 56 x 96 hay barn, 350-400 rolls of hay. The property was owned by Marvin "Buck" Smith. There were 9 firemen on the scene for about one hour. - Donald Hare, Columbia/Adair County Fire Department




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Adair County, KY firemen find barn, hay engulfed in flames



2012-05-17 - Coyote Lane, Columbia, KY - Photo by Donald Hare, Adair County Fire Department.
When firemen arrived just after midnight at this barn belonging to Marvin "Buck" Smith, on Coyote Lane off Pelham Branch Road, Columbia, KY, they found the barn and some 350-400 bales of hay already engulfed in flames. It was a complete loss. - Donald Hare, Public Affairs Officer, Columbia/Adair County Fire Department

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