Barn Fire Kills Goat in Clark County

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 12/05/2013 12:16 am
Clark County fire fighters were called out to a barn fire on Agawam Road in rural Clark County early Wednesday morning.

Fire fighters say the barn was completely destroyed in under 15 minutes.

The owner of the property says he was housing two goats and two horses in the barn. He says all but one of the goats was able to get out.

Officials say they could see the smoke from the fire in Winchester, a few miles away. They are not sure what caused the fire.

No other structures were damaged. No one was hurt.
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