Man Saves Horses From Burning Barn

A Clark County man is being called a hero after he saved horses from a burning barn.

Gary Adams says he was on his way home from work early Thursday morning when he saw flames shooting from a barn on Haley Road in Fayette County.

Adams says he called 911, then grabbed a hose outside the barn and did his best to put out the flames. He also led two horses out of the barn after putting out most of the flames.

Adams says he's not a hero, he says he just did the right thing.


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  • by blah blah blah Location: eastern ky on Apr 26, 2008 at 11:22 AM
    SR im not anti animal by the way wheres all the animal lovers at on this one must not be important to them someone saving a animals life is it Gary done the right thing wish they were more out there like him GODSPEED
  • by SR Location: Lexington on Apr 25, 2008 at 09:00 AM
    Shocking comment coming from blah being the anti-animal person he/she is -- anyway, well done Gary and hats off to you for a wonderful thing you did. We need more animal caring people like you around.
  • by blah blah blah Location: eastern ky on Apr 25, 2008 at 04:12 AM
    THIS guy is a hero he had the guts to help these animals thats more than a lot would have done most would stood there whined an complained an not done nothing Gary Adams youre FINE MAN an believe me i DONT say that about many people i own 6 horses myself id hope if something like that happened here someone like him would be driving by

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