Church Destroyed By Fire In Pulaski County

Reported by: Amanda Stevenson
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Updated: 12/06/2012 7:34 pm
The Canaan Baptist church in Pulaski County was destroyed by a fire Thursday morning.

Firefighters said they were called to the church on Pine Hill Road after someone drove by and saw flames. Fire officials said by the time they got to the fire the entire left side of the building was engulfed in flames. Firefighters say no one was hurt in the fire, and they don't suspect arson.

Church members were shocked by the fire, "I cried when I first seen it, but God's put it in my head and put it in my heart. We're gonna get through this. And we will. We will get through, “said Brenda McKinney.

Fire investigators are trying to find out what caused the fire. Church members said they will still meet Sunday, but in a different location.
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