In January 1999, Lexington firefighter Shaun Brown, left, and Capt. Max Hellmueller put water on a 1946 Plymouth that was parked next to a barn that caught fire on Kiddville Lane in Lexington. Two miniature horses died in the fire. The car was owned by The barn was owned by Joseph Creech, and the car belonged to Creech's brother-in-law, who had planned on restoring the vehicle.
In January 1999, Lexington firefighter Shaun Brown, left, and Capt. Max Hellmueller put water on a 1946 Plymouth that was parked next to a barn that caught fire on Kiddville Lane in Lexington. Two miniature horses died in the fire. The car was owned by The barn was owned by Joseph Creech, and the car belonged to Creech's brother-in-law, who had planned on restoring the vehicle. Herald-Leader
In January 1999, Lexington firefighter Shaun Brown, left, and Capt. Max Hellmueller put water on a 1946 Plymouth that was parked next to a barn that caught fire on Kiddville Lane in Lexington. Two miniature horses died in the fire. The car was owned by The barn was owned by Joseph Creech, and the car belonged to Creech's brother-in-law, who had planned on restoring the vehicle. Herald-Leader

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