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Dry weather and wind sparked several fires in the Metro

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Just before that fire another fire burned a hillside in Bullitt County along Pitts Point Road, west of Shepherdsville. Just before that fire another fire burned a hillside in Bullitt County along Pitts Point Road, west of Shepherdsville.
Just before that fire another fire burned a hillside in Bullitt County along Pitts Point Road, west of Shepherdsville. Just before that fire another fire burned a hillside in Bullitt County along Pitts Point Road, west of Shepherdsville.
Smoke and flames were scattered along the railroad tracks between the city of Muldraugh and Fort Knox in Meade County. Smoke and flames were scattered along the railroad tracks between the city of Muldraugh and Fort Knox in Meade County.
Multiple units from Meade County, Fort Knox and Hardin County worked to control the fire Multiple units from Meade County, Fort Knox and Hardin County worked to control the fire
Smoke and flames were scattered along the railroad tracks between the city of Muldraugh and Fort Knox in Meade County. Smoke and flames were scattered along the railroad tracks between the city of Muldraugh and Fort Knox in Meade County.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Smoke and flames were scattered along the railroad tracks between the city of Muldraugh and Fort Knox in Meade County.

Multiple units from Meade County, Fort Knox and Hardin County worked to control the fire that started before 4 p.m. April 13.

Just before that fire another fire burned a hillside in Bullitt County along Pitts Point Road, west of Shepherdsville.

That fire started around 2:30 p.m. and burned for multiple hours.

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