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Fire Report: Pear Tree Lane fire causes moderate damage

By Donald Hare

The Adair County Volunteer Fire Department responded to a residential house fire at 11:31pmCT on Wednesday night, July 20, 2022, to a residence at 131 Pear Tree Lane, owned by Dean Adams.

The fire appears to have been caused by a lightning strike, and firefighters were able to control the fire quickly. The home has moderate damage. There were 12 firemen on the scene for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.




This story was posted on 2022-07-21 17:03:53
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House fire likely caused by lightning



2022-07-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Donald Hare.
A residence on Pear Tree Lane suffered moderate damage from a lightning strike on Wednesday night. Firefighters were able to quickly bring the blaze under control.

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