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A Dream Home goes up in smoke

2013-09-06 - 109 Caldwell Road, Haskinsville, Green County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Dr. Muthrine Walker-Anderson's dream retirement home in the Haskinsville area of Green County went up in smoke today, with only smouldering ruins by mid afternoon, after firemen from five fire departments battled the blaze for over 4 hours. At one point the blaze created a plume of smoke which could be seen over three counties, Green, Taylor and Adair. Captain Nick Cheatham, who headed the lead responders, the Green County Fire Department, said that the fire was visible from the Nally Stone Company just south of the Greensburg City limits. The red van on the right is Columbia/Adair County Fire Departments No. 122, the Emergency Support Unit.
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