Longtime Anderson County Firefighter Dies

Courtesy: Anderson News

ANDERSON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Anderson News is reporting tonight a county firefighter, 39-year-old Stephen Baker, has died after an illness.

According to the paper, Anderson died Sunday afternoon at Frankfort Regional.

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Dozens of fire, police, and ems trucks escorted Baker’s body back to Anderson County, past the fire station where he had served several years to a memorial chapel in Lawrenceburg.


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