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Topic - Ray Miller
In a wooded enclave just north of West Lafayette, Indiana Veterans' Home gives the appearance of a neat and orderly military base.
Forest fire specialist Ray Miller tells The Altoona Mirror (http://bit.ly/1iCPjsM ) that authorities have ruled out lightning, unattended camp fires and hot-running vehicles as causes of the fire, which began April 19 in the Wills Mountain area of Bedford County, about 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Miller says the fire started in a rugged, secluded area, suggesting it was intentionally set.