Hebron Fire Department’s Save the Basement Strategy Works Like a Charm

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hebron fireHEBRON — A large barn that doubled as a workshop on Patten Hill Road was hit by lightning Friday evening and destroyed by fire. Firefighters from Hebron, Buckfield, Auburn, Paris and Minot responded to the 4 p.m. call on the rural road just off Greenwood Mountain Road. PACE ambulance was also on scene. The barn is owned by Audrey Slattery, and is known as Slattery’s Stables, offering boarding and carriage rides from the farm. A skidder and other heavy equipment were destroyed. Slattery said no one was hurt but “there was a lot of stuff lost.” She said the barn was insured. (read more about the Hebron fire at the Lewiston Sun Journal)

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