ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18) — Crews responded to the scene of a fire that destroyed a cabin Tuesday morning in Rockcastle County.
The property's caretaker said he believes the cabin, located at the former Appalachian Village attraction, dates back to the 1700 or 1800s.
No one was hurt in the fire and a dog was rescued.
There is no word on the cause.
A fire this morning in Rockcastle County destroyed a more than century-old cabin at the former Appalachian Village attraction. No one was hurt & a dog was rescued. The property's caretaker said he believes it dates back to the 18, or possibly 1700s. No word on cause. @LEX18News pic.twitter.com/pyn7sOUSz2— Ricky Sayer (@RickyReports) July 26, 2022
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