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Jim Beam bourbon warehouse fire still burning Thursday more than 42 hours after it started

USATODAY.com Thursday, 4 July 2019
The Woodford County Fire Department is waiting to extinguish the Jim Beam warehouse fire "because of the environmental consideration."
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News video: Jim Beam warehouse fire causing wildlife issues

Jim Beam warehouse fire causing wildlife issues

The recent Jim Beam bourbon warehouse fire destroyed about 45,000 barrels of young bourbon causing alcohol to find it's way into the river. The Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet has been sending out teams to count the dead fish and sample oxygen levels.

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