Cleveland fire station damaged second time in a month
Three cars crashed into the station in the most recent incident, damaging two bay doors
By FireRescue1 Staff
CLEVELAND — A fire station was damaged by vehicles crashing into it for the second time in one month.
Cleveland 19 reported that the Cleveland Fire Department station suffered damage to their bay doors after three cars crashed into it.
The drivers of the vehicles were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, and the fire station remained operational.
Less than a month earlier, another vehicle damaged the station’s flag pole, and firefighters warned residents to drive carefully.
Curious incident at CLE Station 20 (Pearl &Archwood) 3 cars involved, 2 bay doors damaged, 3 drivers transported by EMS, no serious injuries pic.twitter.com/TuId09KRaL— ClevelandFire (@ClevelandFire) December 18, 2017
Station 20 was also hit by a car on November 26th. The flag pole was sheared and sandstone damaged. Please drive carefully... pic.twitter.com/5oWFVKE1e7— ClevelandFire (@ClevelandFire) December 18, 2017