Janise Johnson stands at the headstone of her parents, Doris and J. Fred Johnson, Jr., on Monday after a Sunday afternoon brush fire damaged an estimated 200-300 headstones in section DD5 at the Chattanooga National Cemetery. This is the second brush fire in two months at the cemetery
Janise Johnson stands at the headstone of her parents, Doris and J. Fred Johnson, Jr., on Monday after a Sunday afternoon brush fire damaged an estimated 200-300 headstones in section DD5 at the Chattanooga National Cemetery. This is the second brush fire in two months at the cemetery
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Monday, March 10th, 2014
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For the second time in less than two months a Sunday afternoon grass fire has scorched tombstones at Chattanooga National Cemetery, and state and national investigators want to know why.

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