Fire Dept: Home Burns After Blow Torch Used to Heat Pipes

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/07 4:53 pm
The Lexington Fire Department said someone used a blow torch to heat a home's pipes on Jefferson Street, causing insulation in the walls to catch fire.

They said they responded to the call around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon.

The fire was put out with no injuries.
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