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Fire destroys home of Columbia Police Ofc. Johnny Dial


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By Donald Hare, Public Information Officer
Columbia Fire Departement

The Adair County Fire Department responded to a residential house fire on Wednesday morning at 10amCT, to a house at 1361 White Oak Church Road and owned by Johnny Dial.

No one was at home at time of fire and home was a total loss. There were 17 firemen on the scene for about 2.5 hours.

The Russell Springs Fire Department assisted on this fire.

- Donald Hare, Public Information Officer, Adair County Fire Department



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Fire destroys home of Ofc. Johnny Dial and sons



2017-02-22 - 1361 White Oak Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com photo(c).
All that remains of the home occupied and owned of Columbia Police Ofc. Johnny Dial and his three sons, is shown above. The home was destroyed this morning leaving the family with almost no personal belongings. - EW.
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German Shepherd keeps vigil at ruins of Ofc. Dial's home



2017-02-22 - White Oak Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com photo(c).
Johnny Dial's German Shepherd keeps a vigil at the remains of the home occupied and owned by by the Columbia Police Officer's family. The home was destroyed Wednesday morning leaving them with almost no personal belongings. - EW.
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