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Hay bales catch fire on Highway 62

Near Indiahonma_A trailer carrying hay bales caught fire on Highway 62, near Indiahoma. Crews from Indiahoma were called in around 8:30 p.m. Friday night. They were able to pull several bales off the trailer and onto the roadside, but made the decision to simply try and keep it contained until the bales burned themselves out. No word from investigators on how the fire started.

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