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Fire Destroys Ambulance Inside Mount Pleasant Station

Building, second ambulance damaged by smoke


 
 

| Friday, September 5, 2008


MOUNT PLEASANT, Pa. -- A fire ignited an ambulance in Mount Pleasant on Wednesday evening.

The fire destroyed the Westmoreland County ambulance and everything inside before the flames then jumped to the EMS station.

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