Ambulance Burns at Antelope Metro Fire Station

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An ambulance was damaged in a fire Monday morning at a fire station.


Firefighters at Station 25 in Antelope were just feet away from their next call Monday morning, when it turned out to be at their own Metro Fire station.

Five firefighters raced into action just before 4 a.m. as their ambulance was in flames.

Parked next to it was their fire truck, which posed a bit of a hurdle.

Their firefighting equipment was in the area on fire.

Dispatchers called for help. The fire was quickly contained to the truck with no real damage to the station, and no one was injured.

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