Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor


Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor


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It figures that pepper sauce would be hot, right? Even fiery hot. But hot enough to be on fire itself? It was at the Panola Pepper Co. near Lake Providence, La. Last week, 10,000 gallons of the stuff as well as the vats holding it were destroyed in a blaze whose origin wasn't immediately apparent. It took fire departments from three parishes to extinguish the blaze because the plant is in a rural setting without water service. No injuries, but sadly for waiting customers, that was Panola's entire inventory.


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