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Fire Departments escorting body of Charles Sparks home

Chaplain Jessie Hagan of the Breeding Fire Department announced at 11:58amCT, that the estimated time of arrival is 12:30-12:45pmCT.

Three units of the Adair County Fire Department went to Louisville this morning to escort the body of Fireman Charles Sparks home to Columbia, KY.

The procession was reported coming through Campbellsville at approximately 11:30amCT and should arrive in Columbia at around 12pm noon CT.

The procession is traveling at approximately 35mph. The procession will go around the Columbia Public Square.

Firefighters have lined much of the way.

Units from Knifley, Breeding, and the Columbia Fire Department will be lining the streets of Columbia as the procession makes its way to Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home, 210 Greensburg ST, Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2011-07-08 11:44:15
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