Published on: May 17th, 2013
A Connecticut fire station was damaged when a rig’s tool tray wasn’t closed and hit the building as the truck pulled out.
It will cost about $10,000 to fix the Collinsville building, including part of the brick on the outside, Ken Byron of the Hartford Courant reported.
The fire truck, which also had minor damage, was headed to a call for a car into a house on May 8 when the incident happened, Byron wrote.
“The tray was left open and when the truck drove out it essentially took out part of the wall of the building,” Town Chief Administrative Officer Robert Skinner told the Courant.
The incident is under investigation.
Read the Hartford Courant’s full story here.