Fire Heavily Damages Scott County Home

Much of a Scott County home is in ruins, after a fire Tuesday evening.

The flames broke out just before 6 at the Randall's home on Anderson Road, north of Georgetown.

When firefighters got to the scene, they saw smoke and flames shooting out of the second floor of the home. It was determined the fire started in a bedroom near the bed, but investigators say they may never know exactly what caused it.

Dustin Walls grew up in the home with his parents and 5 brothers and sisters. He says they lost all the memories, but hope to re-build in the exact same spot.


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  • by Zatoichi Location: Richmond on Apr 30, 2008 at 07:14 AM
    All these fires are a result of global warming. The wood in homes becomes so dried out like kindling or tinder due to the oppressive heating of the earth due to CO2 emissions from your Hummer. Over a short period of time the wood will spontaneously break into a fiery inferno of flames. There is now available from Algore Sky Falling LLC credits that you can purchase where you can pay Algore LLC to sell your burnt home emissions to another person or company for profit.
  • by Billy Location: Pikeville on Apr 29, 2008 at 05:30 PM
    Why are there so many fires in the spring these days? It happened even last year. Are people torching their houses for insurance claims? Seems like an easy way if you can't pay for your home.

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