Daniel McNeeley of Neal Brothers Plumbing dug into smoldering rubble to prepare to cap a water line after a barn fire Thursday morning on East Hickman Road. The fire started about 6:30 a.m., and the barn was nearly engulfed when firefighters arrived. No horses were in the barn at the time.
Daniel McNeeley of Neal Brothers Plumbing dug into smoldering rubble to prepare to cap a water line after a barn fire Thursday morning on East Hickman Road. The fire started about 6:30 a.m., and the barn was nearly engulfed when firefighters arrived. No horses were in the barn at the time. Herald-Leader
Daniel McNeeley of Neal Brothers Plumbing dug into smoldering rubble to prepare to cap a water line after a barn fire Thursday morning on East Hickman Road. The fire started about 6:30 a.m., and the barn was nearly engulfed when firefighters arrived. No horses were in the barn at the time. Herald-Leader

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