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Mr. Gene Troutman, Columbia, KY lost everything in a fire

Mr. Gene Troutman of 2780 Fairplay Road, Columbia KY 42728 lost his home and clothing to a fire this morning.

Mr. Troutman wears the following sizes: Pants, 48x30; Shirts 2x or 3x; Shoes size 10.

Items may be dropped off at the Adair County Clerk's Office, Ste 3, Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY. during normal business hours Monday-Friday and Saturdays.

For additional information you may contact Lisa at 270-384-2801. - Lisa Greer

This story was posted on 2016-01-11 13:37:06
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Troutman home destroyed by fire

2016-01-11 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Lee Powell, EMT.
Josh Brockman writes, "Columbia - Adair County Volunteer Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire this morning 01-11-16 at 7:31amCT. Upon the arrival, firefighters found that the fire had started at the rear of the home but spread quickly throughout the entire home. Firefighters battled the fire and freezing temperatures for 2 hours, but were unable to save the home. The home, which was owned and occupied by Gene Troutman, was declared a complete loss."

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