One building was destroyed and four others were damaged in an apartment complex fire Thursday in Harrisonville.
One building was destroyed and four others were damaged in an apartment complex fire Thursday in Harrisonville. Max Londberg jlondberg@kcstar.com
One building was destroyed and four others were damaged in an apartment complex fire Thursday in Harrisonville. Max Londberg jlondberg@kcstar.com

Harrisonville families displaced by fire feel the weight of their loss

December 16, 2016 05:00 PM

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