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Everything Lost: Fire Destroys Chas Dickerson’s Rural Waterloo Home

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When Waterloo firefighters arrived, a home on JJ Road was fully engulfed in flames.
When Waterloo firefighters arrived, a home on JJ Road was fully engulfed in flames.

The rural Waterloo home of Chas Dickerson was destroyed last month in an early morning fire. All of his possessions were destroyed, but himself and his dogs escaped uninjured. The Waterloo Fire Department responded twice Sunday morning, April 19, to put out fires at the home in the 4300 block of JJ Road. The second …

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