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Life stopped on May 3 as Lawrenceburg residents looked up in awe, fear and disbelief.
Above them was an enormous cloud of black smoke, towering over their streets and homes, intermittently blocking out the sun and prompting people from as far away as Lexington, Frankfort, Georgetown and Nicholasville to say, nearly in unison, “What in the heck is burning?”
The short answer was a gigantic pile of a vinyl material used to bind automotive glass and prevent it from shattering.
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