Church Fire Photos

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  1. anthonyd200

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    Some of the photos I took at a 100 year old Methodist Church that burnt to the ground just outside our local coverage area.

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    How sad! Well-taken photos.
     
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    I like the perspective of the first one, nice one.
     
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    That's definitely sad! Agreed on the well taken photos part.

    Do you know what happened?
     
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    nice photos
     
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    Great photos of a very sad event.
     
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    How did you get that perspective on the first photo? It is fantastic, as has been said before!
    Very sad.
     
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    On top of being a Photojournalist I'm also a volunteer firefighter so knowing people helps...one of the fire crews working the incident let me ride up in their bucket to get the top view photos. Thanks for the good comments and I believe faulty wiring was initially to blame for the fire, unsure if there was ever a 100% answer.
     

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