Firefighting News: IA Fire Station Windows Shot

07/10/2013
Three windows were shot overnight Monday at a fire station in Des Moines, Iowa. When he arrived in the morning, the fire chief noted that some of the glass panels on the front of the building had been shot, according to a report from myabc5.com (http://bit.ly/153kLvE). The damage was estimated to be upwards of a thousand dollars. Firefighters at the new Dean Avenue station have said they've experienced a number of instances of vandalism since the facility was opened last fall. The station does not have personnel in it 24/7. There were no reports of injuries in the incident. For more details on the situation, visit http://bit.ly/153kLvE. For reports on similar incidents and training scena...

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