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Vehicle Extrication: Woman Crashes into AZ Fire Station

A woman suspected of driving under the influence crashed into a Sedona (AZ) fire station Friday, substantially damaging the structure and a fire engine. The 53-year-old woman was in custody following her arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and criminal damage, according to a report on azcentral.com (http://bit.ly/10dWWwU). The driver was also injured in the crash into Fire District Station #3. Repair costs to the station's bay door, the involved vehicle, and damaged fire apparatus will likely be in the tens of thousands of dollars. Read additional details about this incident at http://bit.ly/10dWWwU.

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