Fire Burns Business in Eubank

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Updated: 1/12/2012 12:00 am
A fire burned a building, lumber, and some equipment at Barron Pallets in Eubank, in Pulaski County, overnight Wednesday.

The Eubank fire chief said his department was called in around one a.m.

The building was a total loss. Investigators were on the scene throughout the day on Wednesday. No cause was announced.
 
This is the latest in a string of recent fires in this area. 

The old Eubank School has been intentionally set on fire three times and a lumberyard in Waynesburg in neighboring Lincoln County has been set on fire twice in two weeks, according to arson investigators. 

Investigators are still looking into whether the fire are related. 
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