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Quick Thinking Gets Fire Under Control

Posted: January 4, 2013 at 4:22 a.m.

Kim Benham, left, leads John Logston and his dog “Tuffy” away from his home Thursday as Bentonville firefighters work to contain a fire that broke out in the garage of Logston’s home at 308 Magnolia Drive in Bentonville. Logston and wife Charleta were uninjured in the fire. Benham, a home health care nurse, alerted the Logstons to the fire when she arrived at the home and discovered smoke coming from the garage.
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Kim Benham, left, leads John Logston and his dog “Tuffy” away from his home Thursday as Bentonville firefighters work to contain a fire that broke out in the garage of Logston’s home at 308 Magnolia Drive in Bentonville. Logston and wife Charleta were uninjured in the fire. Benham, a home health care nurse, alerted the Logstons to the fire when she arrived at the home and discovered smoke coming from the garage. GOOD TIMING

Home health care provider Kimberly Benham’s first day with a new client was one to remember. Benham had just arrived at 308 Magnolia Drive when she noticed a fire in the duplex’s garage Thursday morning. She immediately called 911.

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