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Adair Co, Fire Department battles 2 noon fires Sat 16 Dec 2017

Responses within 34 minutes of each other. Fire on Hawk Branch Road destroyed families home, possessions. ( Related You-Can-Help the Adair County Way Story.) Grass fire on KY 900 between Glens Fork and Cundiff extinguished with minor damage - though not without drama, as flames were near propane tank.
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By Donald Hare, Public Information Officer
Adair County Fire Department

The Adair County Fire Department fought two fires within one hour on Saturday, December 16, 2017:

First Fire: Mobile home totally destroyed Hawk Branch Road
At 12:14pmCT, the ADFD responded to 76 Hawk Branch Road in the Millerfield Community, where, upon arrival, the mobile home was complete totally engulfed in fire, and was a total loss. Property owners are Ryan and Shannon Fuller. There were 15 firemen on the scene for 2 hours and the cause is thought to be a wood stove.

Second Fire: Grass Fire on KY 900, Glens Fork/Cundiff area
At 12:48pmCT, Adair County firefighters responded to 4448 KY 900 to a grass fire, which was extinguished with minor damage. Three firemen responded and were on scene for 30 minutes. Property owner is Steve Gagalio.

This story was posted on 2017-12-18 11:01:12
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