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Prayers for Tony, for all firefighters

2014-08-22 - 200 Merchant Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Crowds lingered after a moving prayer vigil for the firefighters injured yesterday in Campbellsville. The scene above after the vigil at the Adair County Fire Department Building on Merchant Street in Columbia. The service was initially planned for the lounge area, but was moved to the larger bay area, where pancake breakfasts are usually held. Ministers and speakers from Adair County's three fire departments - Breeding Area Volunteer Fire Department, Columbia/Adair Fire Department, and Knifley Fire Department - and the Adair County EMS gave voice, with prayers for all four of the injured firefighters and brothers and sisters in first response, but especially for Tony, who works in Campbellsville, but lives, volunteers, trains, and is so much a part of Columbia/Adair County. - Linda Waggener

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