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Flue suspected cause of Sparksville Road fire

By Donald Hare

The Adair County Fire Department responded at 03:47amCT Saturday morning, December 10, to 160 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY, for a residential house fire.

Upon arrival the house was totally engulfed in fire. The homeowner was a Timothy Moss. The house sustained major damage.



There were 17 firemen on the scene for approximately 2 hours.

The cause is under investigation, but is believed to be in the flue.

Donald Hare, Public Information Officer, Adair County Fire Department


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Fire results in major damage to residence on Sparksville Road



2016-12-11 - 160 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY (Antioch/Sparksville Community) - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
The Adair County Fire Department responded at 03:47amCT Saturday morning, December 10, to 160 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY, for a residential house fire. Upon arrival the house was totally engulfed in fire. The homeowner was a Timothy Moss. The house sustained major damage. - Donald Hare, , Public Information Officer, Adair County Fire Department

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