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Nine families evacuated during field fire

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Eight fire departments called out to battle blaze.

By Linda Ireland

Nine families were evacuated Thursday afternoon after a field fire broke out between KY 84 and Siberia Road. Volunteers from eight fire departments, including LaRue County, Buffalo, Sonora, Upton, Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Glendale and Stephensburg, spent several hours battling the blaze. They managed to save homes and outbuildings and no injuries were reported. LaRue County dispatch received the first 911 call about 2:30 p.m., not long after the county  ordered a burn ban due to dry conditions.


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