Firefighting News: North Carolina Fire Station Destroyed by Fire

06/23/2014
The North River Volunteer Fire Station and firefighting equipment inside the structure were destroyed by a Sunday morning structure fire in Beaufort, North Carolina. The fire, which started at 5:36 a.m., destroyed the garage of the fire department as well as fire trucks inside, and reportedly started in the truck bay, according to the local ABC affiliate (http://bit.ly/ToMNlc). The station was a total loss. No injuries were reported. Read more about this incident and see video at http://bit.ly/ToMNlc.    

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