Lt. Keith Smith of the Lexington fire department talked to Hershel Fortner after installing stove-top extinguishers in his kitchen and others' at the Connie Griffith/Ballard Towers on Wednesday.
Lt. Keith Smith of the Lexington fire department talked to Hershel Fortner after installing stove-top extinguishers in his kitchen and others' at the Connie Griffith/Ballard Towers on Wednesday. Herald-Leader
Lt. Keith Smith of the Lexington fire department talked to Hershel Fortner after installing stove-top extinguishers in his kitchen and others' at the Connie Griffith/Ballard Towers on Wednesday. Herald-Leader

Lexington firefighters install more than 100 devices to prevent cooking fires

June 04, 2014 3:58 PM

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