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No one injured in Eminence house fire

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By Jonna Spelbring Priester

General Manager

What should have been a fun, relaxing family vacation in Florida changed Monday morning when an Eminence family received word their home was on fire.

The morning began with severe weather that included heavy rain and pea-sized hail in some parts of Henry County, but that storm also included heavy lightning.

According to neighbors, and some city and fire officials, some of that lightning may have been responsible for igniting the fire at 120 Oak Drive, the home of Obie and Beth Newton.


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