Pine Street houses ablaze


Erin Joseph | Hazard Herald On Saturday, during the closing night of the 35th annual Black Gold Festival, a house fire billowed smoke into downtown Hazard. The Pine Street house was abandoned, according to the Hazard Fire Department, and no injuries have been reported. The fire spread to two other houses, which were also said to be abandoned. Monday, first responders returned to the scene after a rekindling of flames but they were quickly put out. Neighbors watch as Pine Street houses burst into flames.


Erin Joseph | Hazard Herald

On Saturday, during the closing night of the 35th annual Black Gold Festival, a house fire billowed smoke into downtown Hazard. The Pine Street house was abandoned, according to the Hazard Fire Department, and no injuries have been reported. The fire spread to two other houses, which were also said to be abandoned. Monday, first responders returned to the scene after a rekindling of flames but they were quickly put out. Neighbors watch as Pine Street houses burst into flames.

Erin Joseph | Hazard Herald On Saturday, during the closing night of the 35th annual Black Gold Festival, a house fire billowed smoke into downtown Hazard. The Pine Street house was abandoned, according to the Hazard Fire Department, and no injuries have been reported. The fire spread to two other houses, which were also said to be abandoned. Monday, first responders returned to the scene after a rekindling of flames but they were quickly put out. Neighbors watch as Pine Street houses burst into flames.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_hosuefire231.jpgErin Joseph | Hazard Herald On Saturday, during the closing night of the 35th annual Black Gold Festival, a house fire billowed smoke into downtown Hazard. The Pine Street house was abandoned, according to the Hazard Fire Department, and no injuries have been reported. The fire spread to two other houses, which were also said to be abandoned. Monday, first responders returned to the scene after a rekindling of flames but they were quickly put out. Neighbors watch as Pine Street houses burst into flames.
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