Horses Killed In Barn Fire

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Seven horses are dead after a barn fire in Shelby County.
The fire broke out just after 4:00 this morning at Pinehurst Farms on Taylorsville Road in Finchville.

27 NEWSFIRST has learned the barn was part of a boarding facility for horses.

The barn also housed an apartment. One woman lived inside the apartment and was able to make it out all right.

The barn burned to the ground.

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  • by LAURA Location: P-BURG on Sep 6, 2007 at 05:17 AM
    Hey there barn owners,does anyone have a sprinkler system installed.It could add precious time to save this poor helpless trapped horses.There seems to be an awful lot of horse barns going up in smoke,and at night.Whats up?
  • by Elaine Location: Magoffin on Sep 5, 2007 at 11:07 AM
    ....aaaa isn't it about time someone does a through investigation of all of these horse barn fires? I'm sorry, something is up. Looks like an indepth story for WKYT? Law inforcement. Also animal rights organizations. I am just saying that i am not hearing about cattle barns burning or anything. Isnt anyone else getting a little suspicious?


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