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Victim identified in Four Oaks meth lab explosion

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The Johnston County Sheriff's Office said that 32-year-old Heather Beasley Parker died in a meth lab explosion in Four Oaks on Saturday March 9. 

Firefighters found the body of Parker, of Johnston County, when they responded to a fire on the 4600 block of U.S. Highway 301. 

Law enforcement found a meth lab inside the remains of the barn.

The sheriff's office will continue to investigate the explosion.

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