Farm animals killed in Lancaster County barn fire

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ELIZABETH TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa -- Fire officials say several farm animals were killed on Sunday afternoon in a barn fire in Lancaster County.

The fire broke out just before one 1:00 p.m. on the 100-block of Snavely Mill Road in Elizabeth Township.

Crews had some difficulty establishing a water supply due to the rural location.
They had to use a nearby creek to fill tankers.
While the cause has not been determined, officials believe the fire was accidental.
No other injuries were reported.

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