Heat And Wind Cause Problems At Bourbon County Fire

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/29/2012 12:11 am
A firefighter became overheated Thursday afternoon fighting a grass fire in Bourbon County.

It was the worst combination for firefighters.  It was too hot, too dry and too windy.

A grass fire quickly got out of control and threatened a house and two barns.

Fire crews from Montgomery County were called-in to help fight the fire and protect surrounding structures.
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