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Arson Suspected in Barn Fire

arson    A local businessman suffered a huge loss when a barn he was using for storage burned to the ground in what authorities suspect was a case of arson. Columbus Fire and Police were called to a property in the 1100 block of 1st St North, just behind Mi Hacienda Mexican Restaurant, shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon after receiving numerous calls of heavy black smoke in the area. Firefighters arrived to find a large steel building fully engulfed in flames nearly two hundred feet from the main road.
Columbus Fire engines hooked a water hose onto a hydrant on the corner of 1st St. and Waverly Ferry, and they quickly drove the line down the block and onto the property. Within minutes of the initial call, nearly 20 curious onlookers had assembled in the raised parking lot next to Smacker’s Frozen Yogurt to witness the commotion.
As the assembled firefighters battled the blaze, a woman who claimed to own the property told the Packet reporter the story: “It’s unbelievable, just so sad. We had two pigs in there, and some huuuuge inflatables. Huge ones.” the unidentified woman said. She said that the contents of the building belonged to her son-in-law Rod Taylor, who owns PJ’s BBQ and Jumpin’ G’s inflatables in Leigh Mall and The Home Run Grill in Caledonia. She said that the hogs that were being housed in the building were not being raised for public consumption and that the largest inflatable in the barn was worth nearly $50,000. “It is such a shame, such a shame. Rod is working so hard on all his stuff. Now he’s losing so much” the woman said.
Taylor arrived on scene just as firefighters were extinguishing the last of the flames. As he rushed towards the rubble, he told two neighbors on scene “There’s no power back there!! Someone had to set it!! I bet I know who did it!!”
Taylor did not return calls made by The Packet for more information.


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