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Careless use of matches blamed in Rogers barn fire where horses died

ROGERS -- A barn fire in Rogers that injured a man and killed three horses Monday appears to have been accidentally started by the careless use of matches, according to a preliminary investigation by state fire marshal and Rogers police and fire ...

ROGERS - A barn fire in Rogers that injured a man and killed three horses Monday appears to have been accidentally started by the careless use of matches, according to a preliminary investigation by state fire marshal and Rogers police and fire departments.
The fire happened late Monday afternoon at Grace Farms. A man who lives on the property was injured while trying to save animals in the barn.
The state fire marshal is assisting the Rogers fire and police departments with the investigation, which is still active and ongoing.

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