Lexington Playground Destroyed By Fire Considered Arson

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/07/2013 1:20 pm
Head Start students in Lexington were left without a playground after a fire destroyed it.

Lexington Firefighters told ABC 36 News it happened at the Russell School Community Center around 8:30 Thursday night.

The Community Action Council runs the program that uses the playground.

Officials said the children and the entire community suffers from the loss of the equipment.

The Lexington Fire Department says this is an arson investigation. They say there are a couple of leads but its still under investigation.
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