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Fire smoulders at fairgrounds

Firefighters Chris Hagglov and Darin Gerow clean up a smouldering fire in one of the barns at the fairgrounds Monday, March 3. The fire is believed to have been caused by a person who was seeking shelter overnight in the barn and was either burning for warmth or did not extinguish a cigarette.  - James Murray/Observer
Firefighters Chris Hagglov and Darin Gerow clean up a smouldering fire in one of the barns at the fairgrounds Monday, March 3. The fire is believed to have been caused by a person who was seeking shelter overnight in the barn and was either burning for warmth or did not extinguish a cigarette.
— image credit: James Murray/Observer

Firefighters Chris Hagglov and Darin Gerow clean up a smouldering fire in one of the barns at the fairgrounds Monday, March 3. The fire is believed to have been caused by a person who was seeking shelter overnight in the barn and was either burning for warmth or did not extinguish a cigarette.

 

 

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