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  • Community Aids Victims of House Fire

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    Henderson Gleaner
    Posted: December 23rd, 2002

    A suburban Newburgh family lost their home, pets and possessions to a fire Thursday. The Ohio Township Volunteer Fire Department received the alarm at 2 p.m., said Chief Jim Bealmear, and spent about four hours extinguishing and investigating the fire.


  • Community Aids Victims of House Fire

    News
    Henderson Gleaner
    Posted: December 23rd, 2002

    A suburban Newburgh family lost their home, pets and possessions to a fire Thursday. The Ohio Township Volunteer Fire Department received the alarm at 2 p.m., said Chief Jim Bealmear, and spent about four hours extinguishing and investigating the fire.


  • Community Aids Victims of House Fire

    News
    Henderson Gleaner
    Posted: December 23rd, 2002

    A suburban Newburgh family lost their home, pets and possessions to a fire Thursday. The Ohio Township Volunteer Fire Department received the alarm at 2 p.m., said Chief Jim Bealmear, and spent about four hours extinguishing and investigating the fire.


  • Fire Leaves Eight Homeless In Kentucky

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    Lexington Herald-Leader
    Posted: December 19th, 2002

    Through the first floor windows, three people standing outside on Alabama Avenue saw a red glow.


  • Popular KY Restaurant Destroyed By Fire

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    The LouisvilleChannel.com
    Posted: December 17th, 2002

    Fire investigators are trying to confirm the cause of a blaze that destroyed a popular local restaurant.


  • Gasoline Explosion Levels Store

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    The Courier-Journal
    Posted: December 13th, 2002

    Shelby County, Kentucky--Gasoline that spilled from a tanker filling the lone pump at Mount Eden Country Store ignited yesterday morning, causing an explosion that brought patrons in the small grocery to their knees


  • Ky. fire kills 1, injures 3

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    Cincinnati Post
    Posted: December 12th, 2002

    At least one person died and three people were injured late Sunday night when an apartment building caught fire in Covington, just a block from the city fire department. When police and firefighters arrived shortly after 11 p.m., flames were coming from every window of the three-story, red brick apartment building at 20 E. Robbins, city police officer Brian Steffen said. The blaze was just 100 yards from the city fire house at 100 E. Robbins St.