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Offline mikeindabronx

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/two-arrested-after-stolen-fire-engine-crashed-into-cars-and-homes-a6914071.html

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Re: Northern Ireland, stolen fire engine crashed into cars and homes
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2016, 03:59:12 PM »

We have Photos on the website Also

http://www.fire-ireland.com/

Such a terrible incident. Larne Fire Station in County Antrim is a quiet coastal town and the Fire Station is a Retained Station (ie the Firefighters respond from work or home to the Station / Incidents when their pagers go off and begin to get paid)

The station was unmanned at the time and these 2 idiots broke in, crashed into a supporting wall leaving the station severely damaged which is currently being examined by engineers. The Fire Engine (from early reports) is a writeoff

Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service immediately sent resources into the area so the community had full fire service cover whilst the incident was ongoing. Larne Firefighters have moved into a temporary station whilst their own is assessed

Thankfully no members of the public where injured and the 2 idiots are still in Police Custody
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