Family pet killed in Rockcastle Co. barn fire

Credit: FB/Brodhead Fire Department

ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Kentucky State Police arson investigators are trying to figure out what caused a barn fire Sunday morning in Rockcastle County.

The Brodhead Fire Department says just after 2 a.m. it responded to the fire at a big barn on Gum Sulfur Road.

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Several crews came in with extra manpower and water.

Together, they knocked down the flames, but the barn was a loss, and a family pet died inside.

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