Lexington Fire Department Maj. Joe Madden, left, and firefighter Casey Wiley looked for hot spots early Tuesday in a house that was destroyed by fire overnight. The fire started shortly after midnight at the house on Swigert Avenue, off Paris Pike. Lexington firefighters had to battle the fire in subzero temperatures.
Lexington Fire Department Maj. Joe Madden, left, and firefighter Casey Wiley looked for hot spots early Tuesday in a house that was destroyed by fire overnight. The fire started shortly after midnight at the house on Swigert Avenue, off Paris Pike. Lexington firefighters had to battle the fire in subzero temperatures. Herald-Leader
Lexington Fire Department Maj. Joe Madden, left, and firefighter Casey Wiley looked for hot spots early Tuesday in a house that was destroyed by fire overnight. The fire started shortly after midnight at the house on Swigert Avenue, off Paris Pike. Lexington firefighters had to battle the fire in subzero temperatures. Herald-Leader

Lexington house destroyed in early-morning blaze

January 07, 2014 7:45 AM

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