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  • Lexington Fire Department burns Fayette County house for training

    The Lexington Fire Department put a class of 29 recruits in their first house fire Thursday during a training burn. The two story house on Enterprise Court was the first wood frame house the department has been able to burn for training in about five years.

The Lexington Fire Department put a class of 29 recruits in their first house fire Thursday during a training burn. The two story house on Enterprise Court was the first wood frame house the department has been able to burn for training in about five years. meads@herald-leader.com
The Lexington Fire Department put a class of 29 recruits in their first house fire Thursday during a training burn. The two story house on Enterprise Court was the first wood frame house the department has been able to burn for training in about five years. meads@herald-leader.com

Lexington Fire Department burns down two-story house to train recruits

October 06, 2016 5:50 PM