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Knifley Pipeline Explosion: Knifley Firemen on the job



2014-02-13 - Knifley, KY - Photo by Greg Thomas, Adair Emergency Management. The Knifley Fire Department were first on the scene - the disaster occurred less than one half mile from the station - and Knifley Fire Chief C.R. Drake was in charge of the control of the ground zero area from the get go. While superlatives are being handed out to all the departments, extraordinary praise has been given to the men and the leadership of the Knifley Area Volunteer Fire Department. The scene above was taken the in the early morning hours, at the start of what would be a very, very long day.
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